The “2nd Conference in Business Research & Management (BRM): Business Research in the New Normal” continued its inspiring journey for two consecutive days!
On the second day, we had the privilege of hosting Dr. Mateo Cristofaro from the University of Rome TorVergata, who conducted an enlightening session on higher education in the New Normal. His valuable insights shed light on the evolving landscape of education and its impact on the business world. Participants gained a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities brought about by the changing educational environment.
As the conference drew close, the outstanding contributions of the participants were recognized through esteemed award certificates. We are pleased to announce that the Best Social Impact Paper award was given to Marco Di Martino for his paper titled “Personnel Reorganization As Valuable Lever In Long-term Care Provided By Nursing Homes.” This paper stood out for its significant contribution to the field and its relevance to current challenges faced by the healthcare industry.
Additionally, the Best Paper Award was presented to several distinguished researchers. Lorenzo Pratici, Simone Fanelli, Fiorella P. Salvatore, and Michelle Milone received the award for their paper titled “Corporate Philanthropy in Italy: Shaping Economic Profiles of Charitable Companies.” Amarildo Zane, Fátima Guadamillas Gomez, and Mario Javier Donate-Manzanares were honored for their paper “A Bibliometric Approach to the Use of Workplace Cultural Diversity as a Source of Generation of International Competitive Advantage.” Sibongile Amy Katarina Mukupa, Matteo Cristofaro, and Pier Luigi Giardino received the award for their paper titled “Inclusivity as a Strategic Practice: An Original Review.” Eriona Shtëmbari was recognized for her paper “Labor Market Challenges and Pathways to HR Strategies in the New Normal.” These exceptional papers showcased innovative research and valuable insights into various aspects of business management and strategy.
Furthermore, the dedication and commitment of the conference reviewers were acknowledged with the Best Reviewer Award. Walter Vesperi, Violeta Cvetkoska, Gabriele Palozzi, Pablo Ruiz Palomino, and Ibrahim Ayvaz were honored for their valuable contributions in ensuring the quality and rigor of the conference proceedings.
We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all the distinguished speakers, insightful presenters, diligent reviewers, and enthusiastic participants who made this conference a resounding success. Their collective efforts and engagement contributed to an enriching and dynamic experience for everyone involved. Stay tuned for more updates and exciting opportunities in the world of business research and management!