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2nd Asia Pacific Research Conference on Project Management (APRPM 2011)

Hong Kong, 8-9 December 2011

Call for Papers

Conference site: 

Conference Theme: Managing Projects in the Knowledge Economy

The following sub-themes, among others, are targeted for this conference:
    * Physical / Virtual Workplaces / Workspaces for Projects
    * Learning within / across Projects
    * Information / Knowledge / Wisdom / Intelligence for Projects
    * Human / Social / Intellectual / 
<>Cultural Capital for Projects
    * Innovations in Projects
    * Sustainability Issues in Projects
    * Web 2.0 / Social Media for Projects
    * Process and Knowledge Management in Projects
    * Classification and representation of Project Repositories
    * Collaboration Tools / Techniques / Strategies / Technologies 
for Projects
    * Project Dashboards and Portals
    * Project Management Tools, Techniques and Strategies
The conference theme frames project management as a type of temporary 
organisation and issues associated with project work under the 
knowledge economy. We encourage research contributions that explore 
such phenomena.

Conference Co-Chairs
Dr. Patrick Fong
Prof. W.B. Lee

Important Dates:
Submission of Proposal: 1August 2011
Notification of Acceptance: 26 September 2011
Final Paper Submission: 31 October 2011
Early bird Registration: 4 November 2011
APRPM2011 conference begins: 8 December 2011

Accepted papers will be published commercially in a volume of 
Proceedings after the conference. The conference organizer will 
actively negotiate with knowledge/project management related journals 
to publish best papers in their special issues.

Doctoral Consortium:
The APPMR 2011 Doctoral Consortium will be held at the Hong Kong 
Polytechnic University on Wednesday, December 7, 2011. Consortium 
faculty will comprise of eminent international researchers. There is 
no registration fee for doctoral students attending the Consortium.

The 2nd Asia Pacific Research Conference on Project Management 
(APRPM2011) is hosted at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University campus.

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