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The President of European Commission

Department of Economic and Social Affairs
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State University of Saint Petersbourg

Comitè economique et social europèen

Ministry of Regional Development and Local Government
Ministry of Economics
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Ministry of Education and Science

International Ontopsychology Association
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Ministry of productive Activities

Rigas City Council

Italian Institute for Foreign Trade

Internet Holding, Russia


International Congress
Business Intuition 2004

topic category list

1. Intuition: theory, history and disciplines.
1.1 What is intuition
1.2 History
1.3 Psychological Theories
1.4 Philosophical Theories
1.5 Economic Theories
1.6 Social Theories
1.7 Ethics issues and Business Intuition
1.8 Ontopsychology and Intuition

2 Business Intuition
2.1 The dawn of an enterprise
2.2 Corporate Management
2.3 Leadership and Corporate Executive
2.4 Coaching
2.5 Life Long Learning
2.6 Business Consulting
2.7 Entrepreneurial personality
2.8 Core-business
2.9 Young Entrepreneurs
2.10 Knowledge deficit
2.11 Problem solving; decision making
2.12 Informative process and rationalization
2.13 Trading activities
2.14 Small and medium businesses
2.15 Project management
2.16 Marketing
2.17 Business Communication
2.18 Import-export
2.19 Developing markets
2.20 Stock Exchange
2.21 Competition analysis
2.22 Banking systems
2.22 Financial systems
2.24 Rationale of investing
2.25 Form and structure of realization
2.26 From misfortune to success
2.27 When to go bankrupt
2.28 How to manage bankruptcy
2.29 Profit and future
2.30 Success and risks
2.31 Variables and focus on the economic point
2.32 Intuition and Memetic

3 Business Intuition and Managerial Psychology
3.1 Models of organization
3.2 Corporate and organization structures
3.3 Psychology of organization
3.4 Recruiting staff
3.5 Competence development
3.6 Human Resource organization
3.7 Leadership and group cooperation in organization
3.8 Delegation
3.9 Industry Succession

4 Business Intuition and Society
4.1 Individualism and collectivism
4.2 “Native” Intuition
4.3 Political conflicts and solutions
4.4 International relations and trading
4.5 Legal decision process
4.6 Global market and local regulations
4.7 Business psychology in the local, legal and institutional environment

5 Business Intuition and individual personality
5.1 Personality assessment
5.2 Gender difference
5.3 Interpersonal and relational process
5.4 Group dynamics and processes
5.5 Social influence and communication
5.6 Ethnicity and business
5.7 Models of behavior and economic targets
5.8 Lifestyle and intuition
5.9 Intuition and stress
5.10 Intuition and competition
5.11 Sensation, gut feeling and intuition
5.12 Esthetics
5.13 Social and economic motivation
5.14 Exactness of the five senses
5.15 The sixth sense
5.16 Psychological tests and measures of business intuition
5.17 Artificial intelligence and expert systems


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