Grenoble, France, March 25, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- GEM is co-organising this conference with the University of Florida, the Management Development Institute (India), and the Indian Institute of Management, and will be welcoming over 60 expert researchers, academics and developers in the field of Information Systems Management & Management of Technology.
Workshops, conferences and roundtables will offer participants the opportunity to explore and share what’s new in the knowledge economy, in social networking, algorithms, co-design in supply chain management, IT outsourcing, e-learning…
"With accelerating developments in information and communication technologies, there is a rapid change in planning, development, deployment and use of information models. This conference is the opportunity to explore news practices in the management of information systems and technology. As it is happening for the first time in Europe, it is also an opportunity to welcome the best international researchers to Grenoble and get their views and expertise in the matter," says Renaud Cornu-Emieux, director of "Ecole de Management des Systèmes d’Information", EMSI, one of the four schools of Grenoble Ecole de Management.
- Jean-Pierre Corniou, former Director of Information Systems at Renault, Jean-Pierre Corniou will be looking into whether "France should invest in the development of technologies to come out of the crisis."
- Soumitra Dutta, Dean of the Ivy league Cornell University's Johnson Business School and professor at Insead, France.
- William Stirling, scientific coordinator for the innovation campus GIANT (Grenoble Innovation for Advanced New Technologies) will be introducing GIANT to the attendees.
Grenoble’s dynamic campus dedicated to science, technology, and innovation, is a unique public-private endeavour that embodies state-of-the-art understanding of how knowledge is created and brought to bear on the needs of society and the lives of individuals.
For further information: http://www.icistm.org/