Six University of Mary Washington faculty members in the College of Business presented papers at the 2012 International Conference on Global Management Studies on Monday, March 5 and Tuesday, March 6 in Cambridge, Mass. The conference, held at the Harvard Faculty Club, was organized by the Association of Global Management Studies.
Faleh Alshameri, visiting assistant professor of accounting and management information systems, and Debra Hockenberry, visiting instructor of management, will present “The Map is Not the Territory: The Missing Patient in the Electronic Medical Record.” Raul Chavez-Negrete, chair of management and marketing and associate professor of leadership, will present “Leading Multinational Teams in Global Projects: A Total Quality Management (TQM) Perspective Using Quality Circles and Internal Audits.”
Wei Chen, assistant professor of management and marketing, will present “Differences in Future Time Orientation and Team Performance.” Louis Martinette, associate professor of leadership, and Mukesh Srivastava, associate dean of the College of Business and associate professor of accounting and information systems, will present “Instrument Development: Perceived Customer Value.”
Of the 72 papers submitted, 26 from nine countries – Austria, Canada, France, Germany, New Zealand, Pakistan, Taiwan, Tunisia and the U.S. – were accepted for presentation.
Association of Global Management Studies (AGMS) 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.
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News release prepared by: Brynn Boyer