General Information

The theme of SymOrg 2022 is Sustainable Business Management and Digital Transformation: Challenges and Opportunities in the Post-COVID Era.

Abstracts and/or papers submitted should align with the theme of the Symposium, following one of the key topics:

  • Blockchain Technology in Business and Information Systems
  • Business Analytics
  • Creativity, Innovation and Sustainable Management
  • Digital Operations and Logistics Management
  • Digital Transformation of Financial Industry
  • Digital Transformation of Public Administration
  • E-Business Ecosystems
  • Evidence-Based Public Policy Making in Post-COVID Environment
  • LEAN Business Systems – Structures, Processes and Models
  • Managing Digital Transformation Projects Under Discontinuity
  • Managing Human Resources in Post-COVID Era
  • Rethinking Marketing and Communication in Post-COVID Era
  • Quality Management and Standardization in Digital Transformation Era

Authors are kindly advised to follow the abstract and paper template requirements.

I Abstracts should be submitted through Easy Chair by April 30, 2022. (Abstract template)

II Full papers for publishing in:

  • Springer LNNS Book Series should be submitted through Easy Chair by June 30, 2022 (Paper template) or
  • National Monograph should be submitted through Easy Chair by June 30, 2022. (Paper template)

Abstracts and full papers are double-blind reviewed. Research results should be original and previously unpublished.

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

9 SDGs:

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals web site:

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