MISSION of GDBS
The primary mission of the Society is to bring the
people from all over the world together in order to bridge the gap
between development and use of digital technologies. This mission can
only be accomplished through sharing of ideas, education and knowledge
development, sharing of research and engaging in joint research.
Thus, GDBS academic group welcomes individuals from all professions,
especially those from academia, technology/ software development
business and government who have an interest in digital business
strategies, policies and practices, E-Governance, CRM, data mining and
management, and other topics relating to electronic environment.
Among other missions of this professional organization named,
International Digital Business Society, are
· To share and stimulate research in digital business, e-business, or
other applications in the digital or electronic environment.
· To enhance understanding, knowledge, training and scholarship in
e-business or digital business or online business characterized by
dynamic technologies including computing and networking technologies,
the Internet. Toward this end, GDBS aims to organize conferences all
over the world and provide executive training programs.
· To examine the conceptual and practical implications of digital
technologies for businesses, both profit and not-for-profit.
· To identify technological developments and trends and their social,
political, legal and economic implications worldwide.
· To create and provide interdisciplinary dialogues between and among
academician, business practitioners, government entities and public
policy-makers throughout the world.
· To explore pedagogical issues and ideas relating to digital business
· To enhance business vision, creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship,
In order to accomplish such missions/objectives, GDBS plans and
organizes numerous activities, including holding conferences and
publishing journals and books.
Starting March 2006, the Journal of Digital Business will be published.
Dr. Rajendar K. Garg, Editor of JDB, is looking for contributions for
future issues of this journal. Please contact garg@GDBS.ORG for further
information and information about Journal of Digital Business.
We invite educators, researchers, students, practitioners, government
officials and public policy makers to participate in our numerous
activities. There are no membership dues. Anybody can join simply by
writing to us. Those with an expertise in e-business/digital business
area are particularly invited to serve on our editorial board as
reviewer of papers and for our conferences.