REGISTER NOW CONTACT US

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

FUTURE OF WORK WORKFORCE & WORKPLACE

13th and 14th January, 2020, MUMBAI

First Vector Graphic

The International Conference on “Future of Work, Workforce and Workplace” is an initiative of WeSchool supported by AICTE and is scheduled on 13th-14th January, 2020 in Mumbai. The conference envisions offering an excellent opportunity for researchers, academicians, scholars, practicing Managers and Business & Industry leaders from across the world to interact, share their thoughts, experiences and present their ideas on the chosen theme. The conference is also envisaged as a platform for the industry to showcase their ongoing research and development initiatives, related to the conference theme. This alignment is of increasing importance not just for India but any other nation whose delegates are participating in any capacity- be it as Paper presenters, panelists or audience- and hence will generate many opportunities to fortify IndustryAcademia linkages.


Further, this will provide a forum for sharing, exchanging views and knowledge on the challenges and opportunities that have arisen/will arise in the context of fast-paced Technological Innovation leading to the disruption of business models and even social structures. The conference will encompass the widest footprint, including AI, Robotics, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, VR, IOT and Cognitive Computing. The deliberations would, inter alia, focus on the leading trends of more and more number of jobs becoming vulnerable- fueled by the above Automation platforms. Deliberations on the rise of Big Data, Digitalization & explosion in contingent workforce would also be engaged with.

Conference Mentor

App

Prof. Dr. Uday Salunkhe heads Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research (WeSchool) as its Group Director.An ‘Edupreneur’, ‘thought leader’ and a ‘turnaround specialist’, Dr. Salunkhe’s passion for leadership, design thinking and innovation has helped WeSchool carve itself a niche in the space of management education. He has extensive years of experience both in the academia & corporate world and recipient of several awards. He has the distinction of being the recipient of the prestigious Eisenhower Fellowship, USA which identifies, empowers and links leaders across the globe.

Registration Details

Important Dates
Last Date of Submission of Extended Abstract (min 1000 words) 30th November, 2019
Notification of acceptance of Extended Abstract 7th December, 2019
Last date for submission of full paper 15th December, 2019
Last date for Registration 31st December, 2019
Paper Submission
Registration Fee
Research Scholars / Students 1000 INR
Academicians 2000 INR
Industry Delegate 3000 INR
Paper presented In Absentia 2000 INR
International Delegates 100 USD
Non Author Participation 1500 INR
*GST will be chargeable @18% and added to Basic Registration Fees. Charges do not include accommodations.

Keynote Speaker

Dr. Jagdish N. Sheth

Dr. Jagdish N. Sheth Charles H. Kellstadt Chair in Marketing Goizueta Business School Emory University, USA Dr. Sheth is an American Psychological Association Fellow and past President of the Association for Consumer Research (ACR). He is also a Fellow of the American Marketing Association and the Academy of Marketing Science. Among his past and present accolades, Dr. Sheth was the recipient of the Viktor Mataja Medal from the Austrian Research Society in Vienna (1977) and the 1989 Outstanding Marketing Educator Award from the Academy of Marketing Science. In 1991 and again in 1999, Dr. Sheth was also recognized as the "Marketing Educator of the Year" by Sales and Marketing Executives International (SMEI).

Guidelines for Extended Abstract

Guidelines

  1. The title of the paper should be no longer than 12-14 words.
  2. The abstract should clearly indicate the purpose of research. Word limit for extended abstract is 1,000-2,500 words, including charts, figures and tables. References are not included in the word limit. At least 3 to 6 keywords should be there in abstract.

Guidelines for extended abstract

  1. The Extended Abstract will contain-Abstract, keywords, authors' details, Introduction, Objectives, Research Methodology, Result and discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgement (optional) and references.
  2. An abstract of about 200 words,
  3. 3 to 6 keywords
  4. Affiliation of author should contain author name, author's designation, affiliation, organisation, email, phone.
  5. References, listed at the end of the text (APA style)
  6. The formatting guidelines-
    • Page Size- A4 with 1 inch margins for all sides, whole data in one column
    • Single line spacing. No spacing in paragraph
    • Whole content should be in "Times New Roman"
    • Title of the Paper- Upper Case- 14 font size, bold, centered,
    • Author names- 10, bold, Centered,
    • Authors' Affiliation- 9, centered,
    • Abstract and keyword- 9,
    • Main paper - 10, forced alignment
    • Headers of the sections- 11, bold.
    • Subtitles- 10, bold
    • Titles to tables and figures-8, bold
    • References- 8, bold

Guidelines for Full Paper

  1. An abstract of about 200 words,
  2. 3 to 6 keywords.
  3. Affiliation of author should contain of author/authors describing designation, affiliation, organisation, email, phone.
  4. References, listed at the end of the text (APA style)
  5. The formatting guidelines -
    • Page Size- A4 with 1 inch margins for all sides
    • Single line spacing . No spacing in paragraph
    • Whole content should be in "Times New Roman"
    • Title of the Paper- Upper Case- 14 font size, bold, centered, one column
    • Author names- 10, bold, Centered, one column
    • Authors' Affiliation- 9, centered, one column
    • Abstract and keyword- 9, one column
    • Main paper- 10, two column, forced alignment
    • Headers of the sections- 11, bold.
    • Subtitles- 10, bold
    • Titles to tables and figures- 8, bold
    • References- 8, bold
  6. A declaration to the effect that the work is original and it has not been published earlier.

Conference Venue

Call for Papers and Themes

Prospects, Challenges and Strategies for Marketing domain
Scoping the Forces Disrupting Marketing across Industries User Experience (Consumer Experience Management)
Consumer Engagement Sustainable Marketing Practices
Customer Service Management Comparative Strategies in the context of Future of Work
Brand Management Sustainable Competitive and Comparative Strategies in the context of Future of Work
Customer Relationship Management
Prospects, Challenges and Strategies for Operations domain
Scoping the Forces Disrupting Operations across Industries Automation and Digitalisation
Distribution/Logistic & SCM Emerging Trends in Inventory Management
Drivers and Challenges in the deployment of Intelligent technologies Robotic Process Automation and Cognitive Automation: Next Practices
Prospects, Challenges and Strategies for Finance domain
Scoping the Forces Disrupting Forces disrupting roles of CFOs/Financial Managers - Risk management for Future of the Work
Operations across Industries Sustainable Financial & Accounting Practices
Anticipating corporate risks Sharing Economy and its implication for BFSI
Building agility across Finance functions Scenario Planning
Financial Distress Impact of Regulatory Compliances
Impact of Technology
Prospects, Challenges and Strategies for IT domain
Cyber security Next Generation Network
Analytics and AI/ML/Robotics Technology 's Role in Communication Management
Computational intelligence Sustainable IT and IT Enabled Practices in the Future of Work
Prospects, Challenges and Strategies for HR domain
Government/Policy Implications of Automation of Work Prospects and challenges in Building Lifelong learning capabilities to grapple with "future of work" for Individuals
Policy Implications of Increase in contractual Work Role of stakeholders in building the Workforce of Future: Government, Educational Institute, Industry associations, Corporates, NPOs, Labour agencies etc.
New Wage Models for Humans working alongside machines Sustainable HR Practices in the Future of Work
Skills Requirement to meet New age challenges Social Justice and wellbeing
Role of Education in helping workforce transition to meet the digital and automated future of work

Organizining Committee

Sr. No. Name of the Members Designation Email - ID
1 Prof. Dr. Narasimha Murthy Dean-Marketing Area & Research narasimha.murthy@welingkar.org
2 Prof. Dr.Vaishali Patil Associate Dean-Research & Publications & Information Technology vaishali.patil@welingkar.org
3 Prof. Dr. Jitendra Mishra Dean-Strategic Initiatives jitendra.mishra@welingkar.org
4 Prof. Vijayan Pankajakshan Dean-HR, CHRO, Head-CMC vijayan.pankajakshan@welingkar.org
5 Prof. Dr. Garima Sharma Professsor-HR&Research garima.sharma@welingkar.org
6 Prof. Dr. Archana Ghatule Professor - Research and Information Technology archana.ghatule@welingkar.org
7 Prof. Dr. Kiran G. Associate Professor-Marketing kiran.gangaiah@welingkar.org
8 Dr. Sandeep Bhavsar Head-Learning Resource Centre sandeep.bhavsar@welingkar.org
9 Dr. Ruchi Singh Assistant Professor-Rural Mgt & Research ruchi.singh@welingkar.org
10 Prof. Ranjitha G.P. Asst. Professor-Marketing ranjitha.puttaraju@welingkar.org
11 Prof. Alex Nero Asst. Professor-Operations alex.nero@welingkar.org
12 Mrs. Chitralekha Kumar Asst. Professor-Research chitralekha.kumar@welingkar.org
13 Dr. Ragini Jadhav Reserach Associate ragini.jadhav@welingkar.org
14 Mrs. Shruti Mangaonkar Senior Manager Quality Systems & Research shruti.mangaonkar@welingkar.org

Contact Us

Conference Contacts

Dr. D.N.Murthy

Narasimha.murthy@welingkar.org

99727 09988



Dr.Vaishali Patil

Vaishali.patil@welingkar.org

98217 57231

Conference Secretariat

Dr. Ragini Jadhav

Ragini.jadhav@welingkar.org

80807 74430



Dr. Ranjitha Puttaraju

Ranjitha.puttaraju@welingkar.org

81298 52479

To The Top!