22nd European Conference on Knowledge Management
2–3 September 2021, Coventry, UK.
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the Research Centre for Business in Society, Coventry University, UK
Welcome to ECKM 2021
ECKM is the longest running Academic KM Conference in Europe. It has run in Universities in many cities around Europe, including: Barcelona, Paris, Lisbon, Dublin, Oxford, Glasgow, Aix-au-Province, Bled, Venice, Nice, and Belfast, to mention only a few. More than 2,000 academics ranging from Deans of Faculties and Schools to PhD candidates have previously attended. This is in addition to a growing following of people from business who have discovered ECKM as a great source of international networking. The conference is generally attended by participants from more than 40 countries and attracts an interesting combination of academic scholars, practitioners and individuals who are engaged in various aspects of Knowledge Management. A number of journals including the Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management publish the results of research presented at this conference. The conference hosts a PhD and Master colloquium and also a competition for the Best Case History describing a successful KM application.
ECKM 2021 will also host the final round of The 7th Knowledge Management and Intellectual Capital Excellence Awards
Personal Message from the Conference Chairs
The year 2020 was a turning point in many grounds. Since the 11th March –when the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak as a pandemic, the ways we live and work were drastically challenged. Our institutions, both public and private, and our societies were forced to change and adapt to create and deliver value in a completely new environment, where remote working, social distance and lockdowns became the new norm.
As universities, government organisations and private firms sought to support societies and economies, the role of Knowledge Management in business and society gained relevance. The KM research, learning and practice communities met in December 2020, in the first online edition in the history of the European Conference on Knowledge Management. As they left the conference, participants were invited to continue to make of KM a key driver of socio-economic recovery.
Join us at the Research Centre for Business in Society, Coventry University in September 2021 for the 22nd edition of the European Conference on Knowledge Management. We will discuss how data, information and knowledge management are leading the new ways of collaboration, knowledge exchange and innovation in the challenging conditions of today.
Prof Alexeis Garcia-Perez, Conference Chair.
|Abstract submission deadline||10 February 2021|
|Notification of abstract acceptance||19 February 2021|
|Full paper due for review||01 April 2021|
|Notification of paper acceptance||10 June 2021|
|Earlybird registration closes||24 June 2021|
|Final paper due (with any changes)||08 July 2021|
|Final author payment date||29 July 2021|
|Excellence awards abstract submission||24 March 2021|
|Excellence awards notification of abstract acceptance||02 April 2021|
|Excellence awards full case history submission||12 May 2021|
|Excellence awards finalists announced||21 June 2021|
Papers accepted for the ECKM after the double-blind peer review process, will be published in the conference proceedings, subject to author registration and payment. The conference proceedings have an ISSN ( 2048-8963) and will be assigned an ISBN on publication. Additionally, papers that have been presented at the conference will also be considered for further development an possible publication in the journals listed below. Note that journal editors are provided with the conference proceedings and will make selections if they feel work is appropriate and of sufficient quality for the journal. If invited to publish in a journal authors will be expected to develop the work by 40-50%, including a change of title and abstract. Individual journal procedures will need to be followed and there is no guarantee of publication.
- listed in the ISI Web of Science Conference Proceedings Citation Index
- indexed by Elsevier SCOPUS abstract and citation database
- indexed by Compendex (EI) Engineering Information research citation database
- indexed by the Institution of Engineering and Technology in the UK.
- indexed by Google Books and Google Scholar
- listed in the EBSCO database of Conference Proceedings
- ranked B in the Australian Research Council ERA Conference List
- Ranked by the Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals, Series and Publishers
Conference proceedings are submitted for accreditation on publication. Please note that depending on the accreditation body, this process can take several months.