The Second Global Conference on Creating Value
In the Second Global Conference on Creating Value, business leaders/practitioners and leading academics from around the world will come together to exchange views, and to share and learn from each other regarding the problems, the potential and the real life uses of value creation, and how it can transform management, organizations and institutions.
Value creation underpins all business transactions and engagement (Mahajan, 2016 book Creating Value). We all seek value for our businesses, as well as for ourselves and for our society. However, because we are so immersed in our day-to-day functional management, we often overlook opportunities for value creation, possibly to the detriment of our businesses and societal needs (Eisenhardt & Martin, 2000). Successful businesses and leaders create value for their eco-systems which include themselves, their companies, customers, employees, partners and stakeholders, mostly unconsciously, yet there are challenges in gauging and assessing ‘value(s)’ and their impact. This conference is a wake-up call to improve our understanding of the concept of value (and values) and, moreover, to find ways of creating value consciously and more abundantly which will in turn allow us to compete more effectively, to build social value and to thrive and be ready for the challenges of a changing and disruptive world. Carl Jung stated: “unless you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life, and you will call it fate.”
The Second conference will provide a platform for business leaders and academics to work together to establish the action research and development project they wish to see emerge and what would help them in value creation. The conference will provide relaxed, meaningful and purposeful opportunities to talk about latest thinking on value creation and service for improving the worth of companies, their longevity, their ability to be ahead of and tackle disruptive forces, and to embed a value creation leadership style going far beyond traditional and functional management so as to engender a value creation mind-set and avoiding value destruction in the future. We welcome innovation and fresh and thought-provoking approaches.
- Early Registration Rate: $495 (until 15 April 2019)
- Full Rate: $545 (From 16 April – 10 May 2019)
- Early Registration for PhD Students: $200 (until 15 April 2019)
- Full Rate for PhD Students: $250 (From 16 April – 10 May 2019)
Registration Ends 10 May 2019