7th PAN-IIM-WMC: Seventh PAN-IIM World Management Conference
Abstr. due: 31.07.2019
Dates: 12.12.19 — 14.12.19
Organizing comittee e-mail: email@example.com
Organizers: IIM Rohtak
Initiated by the Ministry of Human Resource Development and Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), the PAN-IIM WMC aims to create a forum where the best minds of the country and the world to come together to create an opportunity to deliberate on current issues of management, initiate collaborative efforts, and contribute to the existing knowledge pool. The Seventh PAN-IIM World Management Conference (WMC) hosted by Indian Institute of Management Rohtak is aimed at bringing researchers, academicians, practitioners, and policymakers together to meet the constantly changing challenges of public policy and management. The three-day conference offers publication opportunities, special workshops, plenary sessions, and roundtables with leading scholars in the field.
THEME:PUBLIC POLICY & MANAGEMENT: EMERGING ISSUES
Today, we are witnessing several reforms and emerging trends in public policies and its execution that require to look at the global socio-economic developments from different perspectives. Understanding the nature and rationale of government regulations as well as anticipating future policy trends can very well provide stockholders the competitive edge in policy decisions and policy implementation. Also critical to the future of public policy is the application of management thinking, evidence-based and analytical solutions, and result-oriented policy formulation. Hence, the execution of public policy decisions hold key to improving the quality of governance that will benefit the society. Further, harnessing technology and scaling up innovations, outsourcing across levels of government from both private and government agencies, and increased involvement of not-for-profit sector are few emerging factors that have been influencing government policies globally. Governments are now more focused towards providing user-centered services that will provide holistic solutions to the society at large. Additionally, to keep up with the rapid change, it becomes more imperative for the governments to take inclusive decisions, and explore new ideas and possibilities. It is also imperative to understand better the contemporary issues relevant to the growth and development of the public sector which include designing public interventions, financing infrastructure development, socio-economic developments across the borders, cross-cultural knowledge exchange between public and private sector, and other demographic factors that influence public policy implementation globally. .
Conference Web-Site: http://7thpaniim.iimrohtak.ac.in/