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You can now see the updated program of the 7th Intercultural Management Congress.
 
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6th Intercultural Management Congress

The 6th Intercultural Management Congress took place between 16 and 19 November 2012 in Łódź, Cracow and Wrocław (Poland). Read the account of the Congress...
 
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SUMMARY: INTERCULTURAL MANAGEMENT CONGRESS 2011

5th Intercultural Management Congress held from 18 to 21 November 2011 in Lodz, Cracow and Wroclaw  was a great success. Our event hosted participants from the USA, Ukraine, Belgium and Poland who strongly contributed to the achievement of the Congress intended purpose.


The fith edition of Intercultural Management Congress was devoted to intercultural management – the phenomenon that is a very current and at the same time a timeless one. It is current because of the fact that in the area of business, not only global anymore but local as well, cultural diversity becomes everyday life. And it is timeless due to the fact that management truly is a vital and inseparable part of the life of every organization.

In contemporary global environment of international business, culture and differences arising from culture play an immense role. If we want to be effective as organizations and individuals acting within their frameworks we have to learn to think and manage in a culturally competent way. We should get to know cultural values and differences, barriers and problems stemming from them.  In order to become competitive organizations require certain tools which will allow them to use the ubiquitous cultural heterogeneity effectively.We met to talk about issues of intercultural management mathodology and research, multicultural leadership, corporate culture and intercultural communication.

We were very impressed with the quality of papers and presentations as well as lively discussions that followed the speeches. We had the opportunity to share and advance knowledge in the field of intercultural marketing and management. We explored topics and ideas on corporate culture, intercultural communication and leadership in globalized world



 
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V INTERCULTURAL MANAGEMENT CONGRESS

We cordially invite you to participate in this year's International Congress on Intercultural Management to be held on 18 November 2011 in Lodz, 19 Novemeber 2011 in Cracow and 21 November in Wroclaw by the Academy of Management in Łódź, Poland, Clark University in Worcester, USA, Institute of Public Affairs of Jagiellonian University in Cracow and Wroclaw School of Banking.
 
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SUMMARY OF 4TH INTERCULTURAL MANAGEMENT CONGRESS

Here you can read a summary of the 4th Intercultural Management Congress which took place on 19-20 November 2010 in Lodz and Cracow.
 

 
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IV INTERCULTURAL MANAGEMENT CONGRESS

It is our pleasure to invite you to attend the 4th Intercultural Management Congress held November 19, 2010 in the textile city of Lodz and November 20, 2010 in the historical capitol of Poland – Cracow. We offer the opportunity to share and advance your knowledge in the field of intercultural marketing and management. We aim to explore topics and ideas on corporate culture, intercultural communication and leadership in globalized world. We would like to take a closer, critical view on current approaches to intercultural management and give careful consideration to public administration in multinational space.
 
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III edition of Intercultural Management Congress

As a university administrator, the Intercultural Management Congress sponsored by the Academy of Management of Lodz, Poland, and Clark University of Worcester, Massachusetts, USA, affords me the opportunity to meet international scholars whose papers are of interest to me, to see the faculty of our graduate programs grow from their interaction with these scholars and to observe the interest of our students who have the opportunity to see and meet leading researchers in this area.

I found particularly interesting the presentation by our Russian colleagues from Astrakhan State University. Prof. Tatiana Mordasova discussed the changing relations among the ethnic groups of the Astrakhan region and the roles of their business specialties in maintaining peace among the various groups of the region. She also commented on the disturbance of the traditional tolerance as a result of recent immigration.

It was also a pleasure to see the presentations by the students of the Clark University graduate programs in Poland. I feel a certain pride as a teacher as a new generation of scholars emerge from our classrooms to take their place among their teachers to contribute to their own research areas of interest.

I encourage all who share our interest in intercultural management to join us for the next Congress in 2010.

Dr. Daniel Nicholes, Director, External Programs
College of Professional and Continuing Education,
Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA

 

 
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II edition of Intercultural Management Congress

The Second Intercultural Management Congress held from 19 to 20 September 2008 in Łódź was a great success. Our event hosted nearly 80 participants from the USA, Ukraine, Spain and Poland who strongly contributed to the achievement of the Congress intended puropse. We met to talk about issues of intercultural management mathodology and research, multicultural leadership, corporate culture and intercultural communication. We were very impressed with the quality of papers and presentations as well as lively discussions that followed the speeches.
 
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I edition of Intercultural Management Congress

The Academy of Management hosted the first International Management Congress in Łódź, during September 21-23, 2007. The Congress is a joint initiative of the two co-operating institutions Academy of Management, Łódź, Poland and Clark University, Worcester, USA. The congress was inaugurated by Prof. Łukasz Sułkowski, the Vice-Rector of Academy of Management and prof. Thomas P. Massey, Dean of Clark University COPACE. The Congress was attended by more than 50 delegates from Polish and international Universities, students of Clark University and Academy of Management and the representatives of media.

 
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William Mosakowski supports Clark University and Academy of Management Program

William Mosakowski, Clark Trustee and CEO of Public Consulting Group, Inc. in Boston continues to donate his time and funds to the Polish Branch Campus of Clark University and Academy of Management. Funds from Mr. Mosakowski will support this year's International Management Congress planned for 19-20 September 2008 in Łódź.