Call for papers: Knowledge Cities Summit ’07, Monterrey, Mexico, Oct. 18-20, 2007

[German title: Aufruf für Artikel-Beiträge: Knowledge Cities Summit ’07, Monterrey, Mexiko, 18-20 Okt., 2007]

The 1st Knowledge Cities Summit (October 18-20, 2007) is being designed to maximize knowledge socializations amongst participants. Papers related to the following aspects of KCs and KBD can be submitted. While selection will follow established publication criteria and standard peer-review practices, presentations will follow more flexible, creative knowledge sharing formats aimed at propitiating meaningful conversations amongst session attendants. Papers can be submitted on either the set track topics, k-cities case tracks or on other topics to be organized through an “open space” fashion. All submitted papers should comply to the Journal of Knowledge Management publication guidelines to be considered for review. These are available at Emerald Literati Club. All papers should be related to KM / KBD / Knowledge Cities issues including:


The final configuration of the tracks, topics and sessions will be determined by the Program Committee by June 30, 2007

Abstract submission: by December 15, 2006
Abstract submission reply: by January 15, 2007
Full paper submission: by March 30, 2007
Final paper acceptance: by May 31, 2007

Additional Information:
The Conference is a part of The Global Knowledge Based Development Week, Oct. 15-21, 2007.


Call for papers: Knowledge Cities Summit ’07, Monterrey, Mexico, Oct. 18-20, 2007 — 2 Comments

  1. Reflections from the Global Knowledge Based Development Week
    by Simon Dueckert, Cogneon

    Global KBD Week – part 1
    Global KBD Week – part 2
    Global KBD Week – part 3
    Global KBD Week – part 4
    Global KBD Week – part 5
    Global KBD Week – part 6

  2. The Knowledge Based Development Community is going virtual

    “[Simon Dückert] hosted a session called “Future Collaboration of the KBD Community” as part of the open space event entitled “Designing the Global KBD Agenda” at the the Global Knowledge Based Development Week. [They] discussed how collaboration of the KBD Community in the physical space could be supported in the virtual space. [They] came up with three action items:

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