ICCIM 2023
Theme: Technology driven Strategies for Business Transformation


Plot Number 11, Knowledge Park II, Greater Noida (Uttar Pradesh)- 201306
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The Lloyd Business School was founded in 2004, guided by the philosophy of combining theoretical knowledge with practical applications in order to create skilled, highly trained and employable professionals.

Lloyd Business School is a privately endowed, co-educational, modern-day frontline B-School approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD, Government of India. The guiding philosophy of Lloyd Business School is to integrate theoretical knowledge with practical application for creating highly skilled and employable management professionals. Following the mentioned idea and owing to the educational need of the world, Lloyd Business School runs a two-year full-time Post-Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) that is approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD, GOI.

Further, the dispense of the philosophical idea and foreseeability of management employment reflects in the unique design of management specializations' curriculum. Lloyd Business School has ensured an efficient industry amalgamation in delivering all management specializations. The Business Analytics specialization is developed in collaboration with analytics giant IBM, Supply Chain Management Specialization is designed in association with SafeEducate, BFS &I specialization is instigated in close association with NSE Academy and Human Resource Management specialization is knitted in consultation with Manpower Group.

Lloyd Business School believes in providing additional skill-sets in the form of industry-oriented certifications. These certifications provide management graduates of Lloyd Business School a competitive edge when it comes to employability and sustainability in their careers. Lloyd Business School also contributes significantly to its social responsibilities of research and development. The intellectual capital of Lloyd Business School has a conspicuous contribution in social and management research. The Management Development Programs, Faculty Development Programmes and consulting projects carried at Lloyd Business School serve a great deal of learning for industry and academia. Lloyd Business School believes in raising the bar of knowledge acquisition and dissemination as excellence and knowledge are infinite.

Under the same umbrella, Lloyd offers legal education in Lloyd Law College and pharmaceutical education in Lloyd School of Pharmacy and Technical education in Lloyd Institute of Engineering and Technology.


About the Theme 2023

In the relentless race for innovation and sustainable growth, organizations have always looked to technology to be the catalyst for driving business results. Whether the objective was focused on getting data as the single source of truth to determine analytics capabilities for decision making, reducing costs through process optimization, or driving business continuity for economic survival in a competitive environment, technology has fuelled value creation through business transformation.

Although, the customer, business partner and employee experiences have emerged as strategic drivers of technology-led business transformation. Transformation is not always driven by outside forces. Many businesses look at functions such as customer processes, talent, or finance and supply chain operations, and reimagine them for efficiency, process optimization and cost management.

The growing trend is all about deploying intelligent workflows, achieved through digitizing and automating workflows fuelled by data. To accelerate these workflows and their outcomes, companies will need to embed technologies like automation, blockchain, AI and edge throughout, with data as the backbone. The benefits of activating intelligent workflows are significant.

6thFebruary, 2023

Abstract Acceptance

15th February, 2023

Abstract Acceptance Notification

28th February, 2023

Full Paper Submission

25thFebruary, 2023

Early Bird Registration

5thMarch, 2020

Last date of Registration


1.Economics, Finance and Accounting

  • ▪ Corporate Financial Policies
  • ▪ Mergers & Acquisitions and Corporate Restructuring
  • ▪ Financial Reporting and Regulations
  • ▪ Cost Management Policies and Opportunities
  • ▪ Financial Markets, Regulations, and Development
  • ▪ Sustainable, Environmental Finance, and Investment Innovations
  • ▪ Behavioral Finance and its relevance to policymaking
  • ▪ Banking Policies and Financial Inclusion
  • ▪ Corporate Governance and Ethics
  • ▪ Accounting and Finance Education
  • ▪ Public Finance, Public Procurement and Public Policy
  • ▪ Digital Finance
  • ▪ Intellectual Capital
  • ▪ ERP Issues

2. Operations, Statistics & Logistics

  • ▪ Information Technology & Networking
  • ▪ E-Commerce & M-Commerce
  • ▪ Quantitative Applications in Management
  • ▪ Queuing and Inventory theory
  • ▪ Six sigma & TQM
  • ▪ Supply Chain Management
  • ▪ Statistical Quality Control
  • ▪ Transportation System Management
  • ▪ Infrastructure Management

3. Business Analytics & Artificial Intelligence

  • ● Ethics and governance issues in business analytics
  • ● Big data and business analytics
  • ● Organizational issues in business analytics
  • ● Data quality and business analytics
  • ● Business analytics and decision support
  • ● Data mining Trends and Health data mining
  • ● Web Analytics solution
  • ● Data Mining marketing
  • ● Data Mining in Search Engine Analytics (related SEO)
  • ● Natural Language Generation
  • ● Speech Recognition
  • ● Virtual Agents
  • ● Machine Learning Platforms
  • ● NLP and Text Analytics

4. Organization Behavior & Human Resource Management

  • ▪ ▪ Workplace bullying and harassment
  • ▪ ▪ Workplace bullying and harassment
  • ▪ ▪ Protecting company data in the age of technology
  • ▪ ▪ HR planning in mergers and acquisitions.
  • ▪ Job satisfaction, loyalty, and commitment
  • ▪ Employee productivity and retention
  • ▪ Conflicts in the workplace
  • ▪ Talent management and talent hunting
  • ▪ Risks and opportunities for recruiting new team members
  • ▪ Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
  • ▪ Positivity enhance work performance
  • ▪ Creativity at Work
  • ▪ Cyber loafing at workplace
  • ▪ Organizational Citizenship Behavior
  • ▪ Organizational Retaliatory Behavior
  • ▪ Withdrawal Behavior: Lateness
  • ▪ Workplace Incivility
  • ▪ Whistleblowing
  • ▪ Organization Behavior Management

5. Marketing & Advertising

  • ▪ Marketing and its impact on vulnerable consumer groups
  • ▪ Marketing and its impact on marginalized consumer groups
  • ▪ Consumer materialism and behavior aspect
  • ▪ Emulative Consumer behavior, Anxieties and insecurities
  • ▪ Marketing of ideologies and consumers of fanaticism
  • ▪ Overuse of credit cards and easy credits leading to personal bankruptcies
  • ▪ Issues of unsolicited marketing campaigns
  • ▪ Network /pyramidal marketing and exploitation of relationships
  • ▪ Consumerism, consumer resistance and consumer reactance
  • ▪ Social responsibility and ethics in marketing
  • ▪ Social and public service marketing
  • ▪ Social media analytics
  • ▪ Text mining and sentiment mining
  • ▪ Social Network analysis
  • ▪ Big data and marketing
  • ▪ Data-Driven CRM
  • ▪ Measurement models and methods in marketing
  • ▪ Marketing through online
  • ▪ Brand Management
  • ▪ Integrated Marketing Communications
  • ▪ Development in Service Industries

6. General Management

  • ▪ Business & Managerial Economics
  • ▪ Hospitality Management
  • ▪ Knowledge Management
  • ▪ Business Ethics and Corporate Governance
  • ▪ Management and Computer Science
  • ▪ Risk Management
  • ▪ Supply Chain Management
  • ▪ Health Management
  • ▪ Rural Management
  • ▪ Aviation Management
  • ▪ Business Administration
  • ▪ Hospital Management



Selection of papers for presentation will be based on abstract of about 250-300 words. The abstract should reflect what appears in the original paper. Abstract should include these headings:

  • 1. Purpose
  • 2. Design/methodology/approach
  • 3. Findings
  • 4. Research limitations/implications (if applicable)

Note: For publication, full paper submission is required. You are requested to adhere to the following:

Length About 250-300 words excluding title/cover page and references
Margins 2.5 cm or 1 inch
Font Times New Roman 12-point font
Spacing 1.5 inch
References American Psychological Association (APA)
Title Page Title, author(s), affiliation(s), contact detail(s), e-mail id(s)
Key Words Minimum four

All submissions will be accepted via Easy Chair Conference Management System at iccim@lloydbusinessschool.edu.in
Video Presentation: Foreign Delegates have the facility to present through Skype.

Adhere to the following guidelines(Length 3000 - 3500 words)


Best papers to be considered for publication in edited book from a Reputed Publisher.


Papers will be evaluated on parameters of originality, research rigor and contribution to theory and/or practice.

  • ▪ One high quality research paper will be accorded “Best Paper” title and will be awarded INR10,000 along with a token of appreciation.
  • ▪ A young Researcher award of Rs. 5,000 and a Certificate of Merit will be presented to a scholar under 35 years of age as on March 01, 2023 and in attendance at the conference as registered delegate for research paper presentation.
  • ▪ One High Quality Case will be awarded "Best Management Case" award with a token of 5000 Rs.


Category Early Bird (Before 25th February 2022)* 25th February 2022* Foreign Delegates*
Corporate Delegates Rs. 2500/- Rs. 3000/- 150(USD)
Academicians Rs. 2000/- Rs. 2500/- 125(USD)
Research Scholars Rs. 1500/- Rs. 2000/- 100(USD)

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Mr. Manohar Thairani
Chief Patron

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Dr. Vandana Arora Sethi
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Dr. Fehmina Khalique

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Co Convener

Dr. Krity Gulati

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Dr. Kriti Swarup

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Dr. Shilpi Sarna

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Dr. Ruchi Garg

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Dr. Imad Ali

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Executive Members

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Advisory Committee

Dr. Archana Dassi
Professor, HOD
Department of Social Work,
New Delhi, Delhi 110025

Dr. Hemant Palivela
Senior Research Development Scientist
Department of Library & Information Science,
Bangalore University

Dr. Nachiappan Subramanian
Professor- Operations and Logistics Management & Supply Chains
University of Sussex,
Greater Brighton and Hove Area, UK

Dr. Nimit Gupta
The North Cap University,
Haryana 122017, India

Dr. Nusrat khan
Associate Professor, HR & OB
G. D. Goenka University,
Haryana 122103 Gurugram, India

Dr. Raunica Ahluwalia
Marketing & Entreprenurship Professor
George Brown College,

Dr. Shalini Srivastava
Jaipuria Institute of Management,
Noida – 201 309, India

Dr. Sumit Narula
Director and Associate Dean-Research
Amity School of Communication
Amity University, Madhya Pradesh, India

Dr. Niloy Sarkar
Dean-Academics & Advisor
The Neotia University,
West Bengal -743368, India

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