* International Assoc. of Mgmt. 1996 Call for Papers

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EXTENDED SUBMISSION DEADLINE: APRIL 15, 1996

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MANAGEMENT (IAoM)

Formerly The Association of Management (AoM)

14th Annual International Conference
August 2-6, 1996
Royal York Hotel, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

______________________ _IAoM_ ___________________________
__Academicians___________ _ _ ____________Practitioners________
________________Where Scholarship Prevails_____________________

CALL FOR PAPERS
EXTENDED SUBMISSION DEADLINE DATE POSTMARKED APRIL 15, 1996

Announcing the International Association of Management's (IAoM) Fourteenth Annual International
Conference, Royal York Hotel (Hotels et Villegiatures Canadian Pacifique), Toronto, Ontario, Canada
August 2-6, 1996

CALL FOR PAPERS, Research in Progress, Symposia, Panels, Workshops,
Case Studies, Proposals

CONFERENCE
This year's conference will present 426 sessions in eleven (11) parallel IAoM '96
divisions consisting of 142 topical area tracks. Together they will offer an
outstanding selection of papers, research in progress, symposia, panels,
workshops, case studies and proposals. Awards will be made for the best papers
selected from each of the 11 IAoM '96 divisions listed in this announcement.

IAoM '96 THEME
"Global Interdependencies and Leadership in the 21st Century"

DRAFT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
You are invited to submit three draft copies of a completed paper, symposium, case study,
research in progress paper, panel discussion, or other activity. Papers should be original,
unpublished elsewhere, in the style of the American Psychological Association (APA),
fourth edition, and no longer than 5000 words (approximately 25 front and back
typewritten double spaced pages on A4 or American sized, 8.5" x 11" 20# white
bond paper). Include an abstract with the body of the full paper.

Symposia, panels, workshops and other proposals should include the names and
affiliations of the individuals who have agreed to participate and a 1-2 page summary
of the topic, including a description of how the session will be structured.

Research in progress submissions should be no longer than 2000 words
in length and include a one-page abstract.

All submissions should include a separate title page with each author's
full name, affiliation, complete address, telephone, and if available, fax
number and e-mail address. Where possible, correspondence with presenting
authors will be done by e-mail. Also identify the name of the IAoM DIVISION
with its corresponding DIVISION TRACK CODE (e.g., ESR-06) ON THE TITLE PAGE.
In addition, include an address where you can be reached during the summer
months. MAIL YOUR ENTRIES BEFORE THE SUBMISSION POSTMARKED
DEADLINE OF APRIL 15, 1996 directly to the a division chairperson of
interest or to the conference program co-chairperson noted at the end of this call.

All USA originating submissions should be accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped postcard
(with paper title written on reverse) to acknowledge receipt, and a self-addressed, legal size
envelope to be used in returning referee committee decisions. Non USA
originating submissions should include international postage vouchers
with the postcards and envelopes.

PUBLICATIONS
The IAoM publishes (1) a Best Papers Proceedings (consisting of the most
distinguished refereed submissions from each of the IAoM Divisions), and (2)
11 separate division related proceedings containing all of the refereed submissions
accepted for conference presentation. Full papers will be published in their entirety.
Extended abstracts will be published for symposia, panel discussions,
research-in-progress papers, workshops and other accepted proposal
formats. Please note the division discriptions indicated below.

In addition, papers judged by the review process to be the best candidates
for IAoM journal publication will, with the approval of the authors, be
forwarded to the senior editors of The International Association of Management Journal
(IAoMJ), The Journal of Management Systems (JMS), The Journal of
Information Technology Management (JITM), Leadership and
Leaders Journal (LLJ), The International Journal of Computer Science
and Information Management (CSIM), and/or the Global Information Systems Journal
(GISJ). Maximilian Press Publishers publishes all six of the International
Association of Management's (IAoM) journals.

SUBMISSION ACCEPTANCE NOTICE:
Qualified conference presenting authors will be notified of submission acceptance by May 1st,
1996. Presenting authors of accepted submissions will have the opportunity to
make revisions of their entries prior to submitting the final version by June 3rd, 1996.
At that time, a disk in MSWord or WordPerfect version of the final paper or
extended abstract should be submitted, along with 2 camera ready laser printed originals.
Submitting an electronic document as a backup to a camera ready version is contingent
upon the paper being accepted for presentation and publication, BUT IS NOT required
for submitting draft papers for the initial review. The conference and/or divison
chairpersons will provide assistance for those presenting authors of accepted submissions
who are new to submitting electronic documents. Accepted papers, scheduled for conference
presentation, will be officially indexed and published by Maximilian Press Publishers.

REMEMBER THE DRAFT SUBMISSION POSTMARKED DEADLINE DATE IS APRIL 15TH, 1996.

SUBMISSIONS MAY BE TENDERED TO ANY ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING
DIVISIONS:

IAoM '96 DIVISIONS, TRACKS AND TOPICAL CODES:

MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS AND APPLICATIONS DIVISION (MF&A)
TRACKS: MF&A-01 Accounting; MF&A-02 Auditing; MF&A-03 Law and Taxation;
MF&A-04 Finance and Investments; MF&A-05 Healthcare Accounting and Financial
Management; MF&A-06 Economics; MF&A-07 Marketing and Consumer Behavior;
MF&A-08 Production, Operations and Service Management; MF&A-09 Materials
Management and Logistics; MF&A-10 Quality Management; MF&A-11 Management
Science; MF&A-12 Business Technology; MF&A-13 Policy and Strategy;
MF&A-14 Mergers, Acquisitions and Downsizing; MF&A-15 Planning and
Forecasting; MF&A-16 International Business; MF&A-17 International
Management; MF&A-18 Consulting and Professional Issues; MF&A-19 Case Studies

Andrew D. Schiff, Ph.D, CPA, MF&A Division Chairman
Department of Accounting, University of Baltimore
1420 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Tel: 410-837-5095/5083 E-mail: ASchiff@UBmail.ubalt.edu

MULTIDISCIPLINARY DIVISION (MD)
TRACKS: MD-01 Corporate Social Responsibilities and Ethics; MD-02 Health
Care Administration; MD-03 Budgeting and Financial Management; MD-04
Business Communication; MD-05 Administration of Justice and other Legal
Issues; MD-06 Project Planning and Political Systems; MD-07 Diversity Issues
in Organizations; MD-08 Leadership and Strategic Planning; MD-09 Economic
Development and Cultural Change; MD-10 Entrepreneurship and Small Business;
MD-11 Research Methods

Dr. Francois K. Doamekpor, MD Division Chairman
Dept. of Public Admin. & Urban Studies
The University of Akron, 262 Polsky Bldg.
Akron, Ohio 44325-7904
Tel: 216-972-7618 Fax: 216-972-6376
E-mail: fdoamekpor@uakron.edu

EDUCATIONAL STUDIES AND RESEARCH DIVISION (ESR)
TRACKS: ESR-01 Adult Education; ESR-02 Administration; ESR-03 Corporate,
Global and Management Education; ESR-04 Curriculum Studies; ESR-05 Educa-
tional Leadership; ESR-06 Education in the Professions; ESR-07 Social
Context of Education; ESR-08 Instruction and Learning; ESR-09 Measurement
and Research Methodology; ESR-10 Total Quality Management and
Leadership; ESR-11 At-Risk Student Populations; ESR-12 Government,
Business, and Education Professions; ESR-13 Organization & Structure
of Education in the Third Millennium; ESR-14 Educational Law,
Personnel, Negotiations, and Contracts; ESR-15 Educational Finance
and/or Budgeting; ESR-16 Educational Management Systems and/or
Alternatives; ESR-17 Strategic Planning and Management; ESR-18
Educational Technology

Dr. Charles W. Rudiger, ESR Division Chairman
Dowling College, Business and Educational Admin.
3 View Road, East Setauket, NY 11733-3040
Tel: 516-751-1038 Fax: 516-244-3195
E-mail: Rudigerc@admin1.dowling.edu

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT DIVISION (HRM)
TRACKS: HRM-01 Comparative Labor Relations; HRM-02 Compensation and Benefits;
HRM-03 HRM in Higher Education Institutions; HRM-04 Labor Education in the
21st Century; HRM-05 Motivation; HRM-06 Participatory Management/Quality;
HRM-07 Performance Appraisal; HRM-08 Private and Public Sector Collective
Bargaining; HRM-09 Recruitment and Selection; HRM-10 Safety, Health and
Employee Relations and Assistance Programs; HRM-11 Teaching Innovation/Cases in HRM;
HRM-12 Training and Career Development

Dr. Sara B. Rasch, HRM Division Chairwoman
COB/Dept. of Business Administration
Winona State University, Winona, MN 55987-5838
Tel: 507-457-5191/5170
E-mail: wnsrasch@vax2.winona.msus.edu

ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT DIVISION (OM)
TRACKS: OM-01 Organizational Theory; OM-02 Organizational Structure &
Design; OM-03 Organizational Behavior; OM-04 Organizational Change and Development;
OM-05 Organizational Leadership & Motivation; OM-06 Organizational Communication and
Decision Making; OM-07 Organizational Power and Conflict; OM-08 Organiza-
tional Culture and Climate; OM-09 Organizational Cognition; OM-10 Organizational
Learning and Exploration; OM-11 Organizational Work Stress; OM-12 Organizational
Studies Education

Jimmy D. Sanders, DPA, FACHE, OM Division Chairman
Troy State University
Rt. 1, Box 343E, Montgomery, AL 36105
Tel: 904-244-7414 Fax: 904-244-2384
E-mail JDS@FWB.GULF.NET
Home Tel: 334-613-6851 Fax: 334-284-6949
E-mail: paradox@wsnet.com

COMPUTER SCIENCE DIVISION (CS)
TRACKS: CS-01 Compiler Design, Data Structure and Programming Languages;
CS-02 Theory of Computation and Complexity; CS-03 Numerical Analysis and
Algorithms; CS-04 Computer Networks and Data Communications; CS-05 Computer
Graphics and Image Processing; CS-06 Artificial Intelligence, Fuzzy Logic, Neural Networks;
CS-07 Modeling and Simulation; CS-08 Software Engineering and CASE; CS-09 Parallel
Processing and Distributed Processing; CS-10 Software Reliability and Fault Tolerance;
CS-11 Database Design and Analysis; CS-12 Multimedia and Internet; CS-13 Operating
Systems and Real-Time Computing; CS-14 Computing Practice and Applications

Dr. Kiumi Akingbehin, CS Co-Chairman
Computer Science & Information Science Dept.
Towson State University
8000 York Road, Towson, MD 21204-7097
Tel: 410-830-8148/3701
E-mail: kiumi@midget.towson.edu

or to Dr. Sung Y. Shin, CS Co-Chairman,
Department of Computer Science
South Dakota State University, Brookings SD 57007
Tel: 605-688-6235 E-mail: shins@mg.sdstate.edu

INFORMATION SYSTEMS DIVISION (IS)
TRACKS: IS-01 Research into Information Systems: New Concepts, Models and
Methods; IS-02 Strategic and Inter-organizational IS: Design and
Application; IS-03 CSCW, Groupware and GDSS: Design and Application;
IS-04 Intelligent IS; Design and Application; IS-05 Executive Information Systems:
Design and Application; IS-06 DSS and Mathematical Models: Design and
Application; IS-07 Office Information Systems: Design and Application; IS-08 IS
Development: Approaches, Methodologies, Techniques and Tools; IS-09 External
Information Sources and IS; IS-10 Trends and Future Directions in IS Design and Development

Dr. Christine S. Fidler, IS Division Chairwoman
Department of Information Systems
De Montfort University, The Gateway
Leicester, LEI 9BH, UK
Tel: UK (0) 116-257-7499 Fax: (0) 116-254-1891
E-mail: cf@dmu.ac.uk

or to Hq. IAoM, PO Box 64841, Va. Bch., Va 23464-0841 USA
Tel: 804-482-2273 Fax: 482-0325 E-mail: aomgt@infi.net

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY DIVISION (MIST)
TRACKS: MIST-01 IS/IT Strategy, Planning and Policy; MIST-02 Business
Process Re-engineering; MIST-03 IS/IT Feasibility, Measurement and Evaluation;
MIST-04 Management of IS/IT Development and Implementation
MIST-05 End User Computing and its Management; MIST-06 Management of
Data; MIST-07 Organizational Effects of IS/IT; MIST-08 Social, Legal,
Ethical, and Cultural Issues of IS/IT; MIST-09 Teaching/Training and
Curriculum Development in IS/IT; MIST-10 Trends and Future Directions
in IS/IT Management

Dr. Allen D. Morton, MIST Division Chairman
Western Ct. State University
181 White Street, Danbury, CT 06810
Tel: 203-837-8579
E-mail: MORTON@WCSUB.CTSTATEU.EDU

TRANSPORTATION, TRAVEL AND RELATED TECHNOLOGY GROUP (TTT)
TRACKS: TTT-01 Intermodal Transportation; TTT-02 Transportation Planning
and Management; TTT-03 Transportation Safety; TTT-04 Environmental Quality
in Transportation; TTT-05 Aviation and Management; TTT-06 Transportation and
Economic Development; TTT-07 Intelligent Transportation Systems; TTT-08 Transportation
and Travel Management; TTT-09 Surface Transportation; TTT-10 Transit;
TTT-11 Land Use; TTT-12 Transportation Research; TTT-13 New Technologies;
TTT-14 Best Business Practices

Stephen A. Le Mah, Ph.D., TTT Division Chairman
The International Association of Management
IAoM Conference Program Office
5309 Sidney Court, PO Box 64841
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23464-0841
Tel: 804-482-2273 Fax: 804-482-0325
E-mail: aomgt@infi.net

GLOBAL HEALTH AND ECOLOGY GROUP (GHE)
TRACKS: GHE-01 Natural Environmental and Resource Management; GHE-02 Project
Financing in the Developing World; GHE-03 Global, National, Regional or
Cultural Public Policy Issues in Environment and Health; GHE-04 Renewable
Resources and Alternative Energy; GHE-05 Greening of Industry Issues and Eco-
Technology; GHE-06 Divergent Quality Control in Ecology and Health;
GHE-07 Environment and Society: Unity and Diversity; GHE-08 Global Business
Opportunities in Ecology and Health; GHE-09 Emergency Medicine for Environ-
mental Emergencies; GHE-10 Education Issues and Practice for a Healthier World.

Jane Quincy Bryant, Ph.D., GHE Division Chairwoman
International Association of Mangement Conference Office
5309 Sidney Court, PO Box 64841, Va. Bch., VA 23464-0841
Tel: 804-482-0325 Fax: 804-482-2273
E-mail: aomgt@infi.net

LEADERSHIP AND LEADERS DIVISIONS (LL)
TRACKS: LL-01 Leadership vs Leaders; LL-02 Self-Leadership; LL-03 Studies of Real
Leaders in Real Life Settings; LL-04 Cross-Cultural Analysis of Leaders and Leadership
Practices; LL-05 Independent, Dependent and Interdependent Models of Leaders/Leadership;
LL-06 Post Industrial Paradigm(s) of Leadership; LL-07 Post 1990's Multidimensional
Models of Leadership; LL-08 Analysis of Leadership Requirements for the 21st Century;
LL-09 Models that Separate Leadership Processes from Leaders as Individuals;
LL-10 Differentiating Leadership from Positional Indicators; LL-11 Empirical
Investigations Triangulating Research Methods; LL-12 Leadership as a
Contested Terrain; LL-13 The Notions and Practices of Power; LL-14 Leader
Character as a Moral Base; LL-15 Leadership and Spirituality; LL-16
Leadership in the Information Age; LL-17 Leadership and the
Management of Change

Dr. Karin E. Klenke, LL Division Chairwoman
Leadership Development Institute International (LDI)
11101 Lady Allison Lane, Midlothian, Virginia 233113
or to:
PO Box 35464, Richmond, VA 23235 USA
Tel: 804-320-5771 or 320-3324 E-mail: KLENKE@urvax.urich.edu

LEADERSHIP AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE POSITIONS IN IAoM
IAoM offers leadership positions to scholars and practitioners of
management who are by definition self-leaders. Those who posses the
drive, energy, character, moral fibre and discipline to assist the
IAoM and its division leadership in bringing together credible,
scholarly speakers in conference. Position descriptions may be
acquired by contacting any one of the division chairpersons and/or
the conference program office. The following is a listing of available positions:

LEADERSHIP POSITIONS:
[ ] Worldwide Regional Coordinators, [ ] North American Regional Coordinators,
[ ] Division Policy and Procedure Coordinators, [ ] Division Track
Chairpersons, and [ ] Track Session Chairpersons

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE POSITIONS:
[ ] Conference Session Discussants, and [ ] Submission Reviewers.

IMMEDIATE APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE FOR DIVISION TRACK AND SESSION
CHAIRPERSONS. TENDER YOUR VITAE WITH LETTER OF INTEREST.

Individuals wishing to serve in any of the above leadership and professional service positions
please contact an IAoM Division Chairperson listed above or the Co-Program Chairperson
indicated below.

MAIL ALL CONFERENCE DRAFT SUBMISSIONS TO THE SPECIFIC DIVISION CHAIRPERSON OR TO:

Stephen Albert Le Mah, Ph.D.,
1996 IAoM Conference Program Co-Chair
The International Association of Management (IAoM)
5309 Sidney Court, P. O. Box 64841
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23464-0841

Ph: 804-482-2273, Fax: 804-482-0325
Internet addresses: aomgt@infi.net (or) ghe@igc.apc.org

GENERAL CONFERENCE INFORMATION:

IAoM CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORM: The IAoM Conference
Registration Form may be obtained from either the conference program
office or from any of the division chairpersons noted in the various division
sections of this call for papers. After your paper or proposal has
gone through the blind referee process and accepted for presentation
and publication, mail said, along with a check or money order in US
Dollars or credit card authorization (VISA, MasterCard or American
Express only), directly to IAoM Conference Registration, in care of
Dr. T. J. Mills, Comptroller, PO Box 64841, Virginia Beach, Virginia
23464-0841 USA. Tel: 804-482-2273, Fax: 804-482-0325, E-mail:
aomgt@infi.net

IAoM CONFERENCE FEES: The EARLY submisssion of the IAoM Conference
Fee, applicable to registrations postmarked by June 3, 1996, is US
$285 for all academics, practitioners and attending delegates. AFTER
that date, registration is US $385. For full-time students, the EARLY
registration fee is US $200. AFTER that date, registration for
full-time students is $250. Conference fees cover admission to all
speaker presentation sessions, one copy of the official program, the
proceedings in which published or selected, the opening welcome
reception and sponsored events.

HOTEL RESERVATIONS: The headquarters hotel for IAoM is the Royal
York Hotel, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. All conference attendees are
responsible for arranging their own accommodatons. Special rates
are: Single and double occupancy, $175.; Junior Suite, $229. A third
person sharing is an additional $20. per night. Children 18 years
old and under sharing their parents' accommodation are complimentary.
All of the rates are quoted in Canadian funds. Alternate accommodations
available. Contact IAoM Hq. for quotes.

PROGRAM PARTICIPATION:
All program participants must register for the conference and
present their papers personally. The Association (IAoM) investigates
no-shows. Therefore, delegates are urged to either personally budget
for the conference or acquire institutional support. The Association
does not pay for travel to or from the meeting or for any other
expenses.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR WITH THESE IMPORTANT DATES:
Draft Submission Receipt Deadline: Saturday, April 15th, 1996
Submission Acceptance Notice: Wednesday, May 1st, 1996
Final Entry Corrected Version & Registration Fee Due: June 3rd, 1996
Conference Dates: August 2-6, 1996
________________________________________________________________________
Willem A. Hamel, Ph.D. IAoM
%Hq. IAoM, 5309 Sidney Court Where Scholarship Prevails
PO Box 64841
Virginia Beach Virginia commonwealth usA
[ 23464-0841TDC]
804-482-2273 aomgt@infi.net
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