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The deadlines for submitting the paper for the Springer or National monographs (June 30, 2022). Furthermore, we kindly ask you to follow the paper guidelines and instructions and submit your paper as A NEW submission via Easy Chair – Symorg 2022. Guidelines and instructions: https://symorg.fon.bg.ac.rs/paper-instructions/ As we follow a double-blind reviewing procedure, the authors will […]
On the last day of the Symposium eminent representatives of leading national and multinational companies were panelist on topics of digital transformation and sustainable business management and crisis supply chain management. Program kicked off with the panel Crisis Supply Chain Management which pointed to the growing significance of supply chains for the economy and everyday […]
The third day of Symorg 2022 at the Faculty of Organizational Sciences began with the following parallel sessions: Creativity, Innovation and Sustainable Management; Rethinking Marketing and Communication in Post Covid Era; Managing Human Resources in Post Covid Era; Lean Business Systems – Structures, Processes and Models, Digital Transformation of the Financial Industry; Blockchain Technology in […]
Belgrade, June 12, 2022 – Second day of Symposium started with Plenary Sessions. Faculty welcomed key note speakers from India, Mr. Basant Agarwal, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Information Technology Kota and Mrs. Prianka Harjule, Department of Mathematics, Malavia, National Institute of Technology (MNIT), Jaipur. The Covid-19 has caused an extraordinary […]
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It was of a great honor to be part of this International Symposium with a long-lasting tradition and as a panel participant to present trends in the Bank’s digital operations. With impeccable organization and the opportunity to share the experiences of different companies, throughout best practice examples we were once again reminded of the importance of flexibility in everyday business, especially in a dynamic environment and period such as the covid and post-covid era. I am proud that this was another successful initiatives behind the cooperation between Banca Intesa and the Faculty of Organizational Sciences.
Taking participation in this year’s SymOrg 2022 panel was an inspiring experience, both because of the general topic relevance, as well as for the overall impressions that the panelists and the moderators left. We had the opportunity for a quality discussion on how the crisis caused us to have had to step out of our comfort zones in different industries, and to share our experiences and practices that have proven to establish new standards after the crisis.
Although I never thought there was really the need to “reinvent the wheel” in terms of the initial approach during the crisis – which proved correct, because regardless of the industry, the common approach to sudden work from-remote-locations circumstances was, more or less, the same across different industries – my personal key impression is that we, as a business society, have collectively changed our business mindset altogether. We are now thinking much more about the long-term sustainability, and we are aware that any current and possibly upcoming crisis can easily escalate and jeopardize the traditional ways of doing business. This makes us more aware and cautious in a business sense, and therefore we are now setting adjusted business models in a more sustainable manner.
It has been a professional honor for me to be in position to contribute to such an inspiring discussion during this panel, and a special personal pleasure to return to an institution that practically paved the way for my professional development – the institution which I am personally very proud of.
First of all, I would like thank Faculty of Organizational Sciences for inviting me to participate as a moderator on the panel related to Supply Chain Management and for the opportunity to identify trends and challenges in this industry with top experts in the events of the pandemic and the crisis in Ukraine. I believe that the panel went well, that both the panelists and the present listeners contributed with their own views, open discussions and interaction to define, explain and show ways to overcome certain challenges and problems. The conclusion led us to the idea that the focus must be on the continuity, sustainability and resilience of the system, and certainly the focus on personnel as the most important link in supply chains.
|April 30, 2022
||Deadline for abstract submission|
|May 20, 2022
||Notification of abstract acceptance|
June 9, 2022
|Deadline for Doctoral Colloquium application|
|June 5, 2022||Deadline for early-bird registration|
|June 11, 2022||Deadline for late registration|
|June 11-14, 2022||Symposium at the Faculty of Organizational Sciences|
|June 30, 2022||Deadline for paper submission|
|(Springer LNNS Book Series / National Monograph)|
|July 30, 2022||Notification of paper acceptance|