Mukesh Srivastava, associate professor of management information systems in the College of Business organized the fourth annual International Conference of the Association of Global Management Studies held March 4 and 5 at the University of California at Berkeley.
Louis Martinette, associate professor of leadership, presented “Perceived Customer Value: A Research Agenda Toward a Uniform Measure” with his co-authors Alice Obenchain-Leeson and Mukesh Srivastava.
Srivastava presented two additional papers on “Profiling Sustainability Curriculum in AACSB Schools” and “The Perception of Quality for Users of E-Learning Environments: Development of a Multidimensional Measure,” which is a co-authored paper with professors Daniel Tomiuk and Josefina Segarra from the University of Quebec.
This years’ keynote speaker, Richard Lyons, Bank of America Dean and Professor, Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley spoke on “Creating Innovative Leadership at the conference.
Of the 73 papers submitted, 23 papers were accepted for presentations representing nine countries – Australia, China, Canada, Germany, India, Korea, Taiwan, U.K. and the U.S. All papers presented at the conference were published in the 2013 (4th) International Conference Proceedings of the AGMS.
The Association of Global Management Studies promotes research and advances the knowledge of global management educators, researchers and practitioners. Founded in 2009 by Srivastava, it publishes two journals, the “International Journal of Global Management Studies” and the “International Journal of Global Management Studies Professional.”
For more information about the conference and the Association of Global Management Studies, visit http://www.association-gms.org.