By Francisco Acosta, Antonio Juan Briones (auth.), Suresh P. Sethi, Marija Bogataj, Lorenzo Ros-McDonnell (eds.)
The Spanish convention of commercial Engineering /Ingeniería de Organización business (CIO) is an annual assembly promoted via Asociación para el Desarrollo de l. a. Ingeniería de Organización/ commercial Engineers organization (ADINGOR). the purpose of CIO is to set up a discussion board for the open and unfastened trade of rules, reviews and educational studies approximately study, expertise move or winning enterprise stories within the box of business Engineering. The medical Committee consists via sixty eight overseas referees and we foresee the attendance of a few two hundred humans from greater than 15 nations and following the rotation of venue and association among quite a few Spanish universities, the 2011 convention may be the 15th nationwide convention and the 5th overseas convention in Cartagena.
During 3 days the 2011 convention will contain the participation of eu and different overseas nations researchers and practitioners that would featuring communications, reproduced during this quantity, on a number of issues including:
Production and Operations company administration
Supply Chain administration
Technological and Organizational Innovation and
Management and Innovation in schooling
The convention on business Engineering (CIO) and its lawsuits are an exceptional platform for the dissemination of the outputs of the clinical initiatives built within the body of the eu, nationwide or neighborhood learn and improvement plans.
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