National Conference at St. Xavier's University, Kolkata - (December 19-20, 2019)
Digital technology has had a profound influence on value creation allowing businesses to create and deliver value to individual needs (B2I, i.e., Business to Individual). The technology has made information search, analysis and sharing easier and nearly costless. In addition, it has been argued that technology has created "winner takes it all" conditions in many markets.
Businesses are therefore getting organised around platforms, e.g., social interaction on Facebook, search around Google, entertainment around Netflix, shopping around Amazon and so on. Some of these platforms are participating in extended value-chains to become producers, e.g., Netflix and Amazon are investing large sums in content development. Also, consumer information has been leveraged as the main source of revenue by firms like Google or Facebook.
In a world where digital technology is fast becoming an integral part of the value-chain, this conference intends to explore the concept of value in this digital age or/ and for the digital consumer.
XLRI founded in 1949 visualized itself to be a partner in the liberation and development journey of the independent India with a vision of "renewing the face of the earth". Over all these years XLRI has developed its own identity. The hallmark of this identity is, not to walk on the beaten path but to strike new routes; not to benchmark but to be benchmarked, to be second to none but to be the first to respond to the needs of the people and the nation, by taking up the tasks which are bold but necessary which nobody has hitherto taken up.
CGMRL has been formed in 2010 at XLRI, Jamshedpur, India with the objective of promoting global, ethical, and sustainable business practices through the development of the requisite academic, curricular and outreach support for students and executives interested in global ethical business. Each year, CGMRL focuses on bringing researchers to deliberate on a topic aimed at helping promote responsible behaviour amongst individuals and organizations.
IASCC, a registered not-for-profit, institute of higher learning was founded with the purpose of advancing the science and practice of making choices in personal, organisational and policy context. The institute's research explores and explains how individuals and "individuals in a collective" define purpose, generate ideas, make choices, allocate resources, implement decisions and realise their personal and shared purpose.
St. Xavier's University, Kolkata is built on a long-standing Jesuit heritage and timeless traditions of forming "men and women for others". St. Xavier's University, Kolkata, as a Centre of Excellence, strives to provide all students a unique and exceptional holistic education that will be a transforming experience intellectually, culturally, socially and personally. We attest our motto of "Nihil Ultra" upholding the illustrious Jesuit legacy, to contribute to the well-being of the nation without counting the cost.
Xavier Business School is a Jesuit institute, inspired by the Ignatian charism, XBS aims to form global leaders for today and tomorrow who are competent, committed, compassionate and service oriented. XBS offers a two-year full-time residential MBA programme using creative and innovative pedagogy so that every student who is a burning candle to us, would be able to light up other candles. Xavier Business School is a member of XAMI (Xavier Association of Management Institutes) and is committed to the onerous task of providing quality opportunities in the fields of teaching-learning, research, consultancy and placement.
The conference would end with a workshop on Formulation of Strategy in Market Characterized by Digital Platforms.
Research Papers and Reflective Practice Case Studies covering the above topics are invited for the conference.
For formatting guidelines refer MLS (official publication of XLRI) website
Select papers would be published as Special issue of MLS.
December 19-20, 2019
St. Xavier's University, Kolkata, India
Last date for submission of abstract -
October 15, 2019 November 30, 2019
Communication of acceptance - November 30, 2019
Last date for submission of paper - November 30, 2019
Limited accommodation is available at the St. Xavier's University Hostel block @ Rs 1000/- on twin sharing basis and @ Rs. 1500/- per day for single occupancy. Charges include all meals.
Other hotels are also available nearby.
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Participants can register for the conferenceRegister now Login for Registered Candidate
|Early bird registration fee
(before November 30, 2019)
(after December 1, 2019)
|Faculty and Corporate participants||Rs. 5,000/-||Rs. 7,500/-|
|Doctoral students||Rs. 3,000/-||Rs. 5,000/-|
|Graduate and Post graduate Students||Rs. 1,500/-||Rs. 2,500/-|
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