- This is a virtual event
- 10% of registration fee will be donated to COVID-19 impacted parties
The purpose of the ISCLO is to serve as one of the primary channels of knowledge sharing and the promotion of learning organisation. The conference encourages experts and scholars all over the world to share their research and best practice outcomes through presentations. An important goal of the conference is to promote learning from each other by exchanging ideas and views, and building networks.
The conference encourages submissions for paper presentations from academics and practitioners. In order to reach the goals of the sharing and exchange of experiences of both theoretical developments and applications, these presentations may have a focus on either research studies or case studies of best practices on related topics.
“Learning Organisation in The New Normal Era”
Technological disruption, demographic change, the evolving nature of work, and the latest pandemic challenge the organisation’s operations. How well an organisation can cope with, make adjustment to, and survive from the current turbulence condition can be considered as the organisational learning process. Therefore, the outcome is a learning organisation. This organisational learning process happens in various areas of organisation as well as various fields of business. It does not only occur in the profit oriented organisation, but also in the non-profit organisation. There are the creation of knowledge, the retention of knowledge, and the transfer of knowledge conducted which impact on organisational performance and innovativeness.
|Early Bird Registration by||7th August 2020|
|Regular Registration by||11th September 2020|
|Abstract/Extended Abstract/Paper Submission by|
20th October 2020
|Late Registration by|
20th October 2020
|Camera-Ready Paper Submission by||20th October 2020|
|Late Participant Registration by||1st November 2020|
|Conference Day||11th November 2020|
All manuscripts include some organisational aspect to ‘learning’, ‘knowing’ or ‘knowledge creation’ in these following fields, but are not limited to:
Human resources management
IT & operations management
Economics, financial management, and accounting