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27th of October

9:30 REGISTRATION & COFFEE
10:00 INTRODUCTION

Loreta Tauginienė (Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania)

Katharina Chudzikowski (EGOS Board Member)

ICE BREAKERS

10:30 Roundtable 1: Quality and Sustainability

Chair: Frank den Hond

Dalia Karlaitė (Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania)

Ensuring the quality of life: is the corporate social responsibility important at?

Oksana Koval (Tomas Bata University in Zlín, Czech Republic)

What does it take to have an effective continous improvement program? Fuzzy-set Qualitative Case Analysis of the Business Service Centers in the Visegrad countries

Danguolė Oželienė (Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania)

Environmental dimension of sustainable development in the enterprise activity

Aare Värk (University of Tartu, Estonia)

Small business managers’ understandings of their work, structural context and possibilities for action

Roundtable 2: Leadership

Chair: Loreta Tauginienė

Julita Majczyk (University of Warsaw, Poland)

A leader’s attitude toward changes

Elmira Shaimieva (Kazan Innovative University named after V.G. Timirjasewa, Russia)

Concept of “servant leadership” for implicit knowledge management in the organization: analysis and synthesis

Zlatko Nedelko (University of Maribor, Slovenia)

Managers’ attitudes as predictors of manager’ social responsible behavior: How economic crisis influences on managers’ social responsible behavior?

Wojciech Witkowski (University of Warsaw, Poland)

Impact of competences of music manager from USA in development to the Eastern European music market

12:30 Lunch
13:30 Roundtable 3: Networking

Chair: Silviya Svejenova

Tanja Sliskovic (University of Zagreb, Croatia)

It’s Lonely at the Top for Men: A Gendered Perspective on Trust in Managerial Social Networks

Oliana Sula (Estonian Business School, Estonia)

Entrepreneurial learning barriers and entrepreneurial learning orientation in online social networks a comparative study between Albanian, Estonian and Argentinian students

Iwona Karkliniewska (University of Warszaw, Poland)

The new dimension of the cooperation between CEE and China

Boroka Papay (Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary)

Gossip at workplaces as a function of employees’ wage

Iris Koleša (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)

International assignments’ role in internationalisation

 

Roundtable 4: Knowledge Sharing and Learning

Chair: Mike Geppert

Hasibe Aysan (Yıldırım Beyazıt University Ankara, Turkey)

Pre-University level business education in Turkey: Trade Vocational Schools in 1883-1995

Anna Vintere (Latvia University of Agriculture, Latvia)

Implementation of the ESD strategies in the math education at the Baltic Sea region

Irina Liubertė (ISM University of Economic and Management, Lithuania)

Knowledge Sharing Practices in R&D Intensive Industry Cooperation: Beyond Communication and Appropriation

Krzysztof Durczak (Poznań University of Economics and Business, Poland)

The Imaginative Picture of Human Dignity and Recovery

17:00 Dinner at Belmontas

28th of October

9:00 COFFEE
09:30 MEET THE EDITORS: HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY SUBMIT TO AN ACADEMIC JOURNAL?

Frank den Hond (Editor-in-Chief of Organization Studies)

Thomas Steger (Editor-in-Chief of Journal of East European Management Studies)

10:30 Roundtable 5: Changes and Clustering

Chair: Thomas Steger

Andrew Adjah Sai (Estonian Business School, Estonia)

Explaining the eEstonia Phenomenon: A Test of Process Models of Organisational Change within the Estonian context

Horia Moasa (Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania)

Social, historical and cultural influences on organizational paradoxes

Rasa Viederytė (Klaipėda University, Lithuania)

Peculiarities of Eastern European Maritime Sector Clustering Preconditions Formation

Rima Rubčinskaitė (Vilnius University, Lithuania)

Do cluster concept help to develop smart regional economy development strategy

Roundtable 6: Measurement

Chair: Katharina Chudzikowski

Marge Sassi (Estonian Business School , Estonia)

Why some organizations in the cultural and creative industries succeed and some fail?

Kristina Babelytė-Labanauskė (ISM University of Economic and Management, Lithuania)

R&D and innovation performance measurement in research organizations

Herman Aksom (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine)

Beyond budgeting interpretation and adoption in Ukraine: how institutional and economic considerations shape new practice implementation

12:30 Lunch
13:30 MEET THE ORGANIZERS: DEVELOPING PAPERS FOR THE EGOS COLLOQUIUM

Silviya Svejenova (Chair of EGOS)

14:00 Concluding Session

Mike Geppert (Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, Germany, and Turku School of Economics, Finland)

 
15:00 End