CGBITR and CME Joint Knowledge Without Boundary Bootcamp March 15 Philadelphia campus
The Center for Global Business and Information Technology Research and Center for Management and Entrepreneurship are hosting a bootcamp as a parallel event with Southern Regional Science Association Conference on March 15-17. The bootcamp is a beta for a new type of Knowledge without Boundaries event. The bootcamp leaders saw an opportunity to leverage conference attendance with supplemental research development opportunities and experiences for UOPX affiliates in the Philly area. Campus leaders, SAS Research Chairs and Fellows, and SAS faculty are providing a bootcamp space to share their research and skill sets.
The Thursday bootcamp will be hosted by the Philadelphia campus. The bootcamp leaders are Erin and Joe, from Philadelphia, Brian Sloboda and Fiona Sussan from SAS, and CGBTR Fellows Louis Daily and Subas Nandy, both Philadelphia locals.
The Thursday March 15th tentative bootcamp schedule is as follows:
9am – 915am Welcome and Opening Remarks
Brian Sloboda, Chair, Center for Management and Entrepreneurship
Fiona Sussan, Chair, Center for Global Business and Information Technology
915am - 10am Dr. Lou Daily (Senior Fellow, CGBITR; SAS Faculty; Philadelphia Campus on-ground Faculty) “Is low entrepreneurial spirit contagious? A discussion of Japanese colonial influence on South Korea”. A working paper to be presented at SRSA 2018.
10am - 1045am Dr. Cristina Marine (Member, CGBITR; SoBU Faculty), “Romania and its multi-regional entrepreneurial ecosystems”. A working paper to be presented at SRSA 2018.
1045am - 11am Coffee Break
11am – 1130am Jesse Arnett (Member, CGBITR; SAS doctoral candidate) "The effects of manufacturing Managers’ transformational leadership attributes on employee satisfaction in Northeast Ohio. A working paper based on his dissertation.
1130am – Noon Dr. Subas Nandy (Member, CGBITR; SAS Faculty, SoBUS Faculty) “A Tale of Two Cities: Political sovereignty change and their impact on entrepreneurship advancement in two Greater China Cities – Hong Kong and Macau”. A working paper to be presented at SRSA 2018.
Noon to 115pm: Lunch
115pm - 2pm Ms L.T. Howard (Member, CGBITR; School of Humanities and Sciences UOPX Faculty), “Detroit’s path from an Innovation Ecosystem to an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem”. A working paper to be presented at SRSA 2018.
2pm - 245pm Brion Goldfinch and Jesse Arnett (Members, CGBIRR; SAS doctoral candidates), "Are there regional differences in innovation among oil and gas firms?. A working paper based on the first author's dissertation.
245pm to 3pm Coffee Break
3pm - 345pm Dr. Dena Bateh (Senior Fellow, CGBITR; SAS Faculty), “Entrepreneurial Ecosystems in Egypt and Saudi Arabia” . A working paper based on Fellowship research.
345pm – 430pm Dr. Brian Sloboda (Chair, Center for Management and Entrepreneurship CME). Pipeline: How to Choose Publication Outlets.
430pm -6pm City Walking Tour
6pm- 7pm Dr. Mark McCaslin (Dean of Research and Scholarship, SAS), Welcome and Presentation on Research
7pm – 8pm Philadelphia Research Club Discussions
8pm - Group dinner
The organizers will continue the boot camp event with informal boot camps after conference hours on March 16 and 17th. Non-conference attendees are welcome to join and work with us at the conference site (Courtyard Marriott) Friday evening and Saturday afternoon. The informal sessions will be held at the conference site (Courtyard Marriott) and not the UOPX campus. If you plan on stopping by, please reach out to Fiona Sussan at email@example.com.
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30 S 17th St
Philadelphia, PA 19103
6:00am to 2:00pmMST
If you want to present a working paper in person (15th through 17th) or online (15th only), please contact Brian Sloboda at firstname.lastname@example.org.