CSOL 2023 Conference (Kartause Ittingen, Switzerland)
May 15, 2023, 2:00 PM GMT+2 – May 17, 2023, 2:00 PM GMT+2
Kartause Ittingen,
Kartause Ittingen, 8532 Warth-Weiningen, Switzerland

CSOL 2023 Goes To Switzerland

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CSOL 2023 (May 15-17)

We are delighted to share some information about CSOL 2023!

After a successful 2022 in-person edition at Asilomar, we ran a survey to gather your preferences for future conferences. Two main results emerged from your answers: the preference to move the conference to May, and the preference for an alternate location. Therefore, in 2023, CSOL goes to the heart of Europe. And in 2024, it will return to the US.

Here is some information for 2023:

When: We will start at 2 p.m. on Monday, the 15th of May, and finish at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, the 17th of May.


Where: In the idyllic “Kartause Ittingen”, formerly a Carthusian monastery, now a Swiss World Heritage CO2-neutral social organization. Secluded yet very easy to reach in 30 minutes with public transportation directly from the Zürich Airport or the Zürich main train station.

What to Do: Three action items...


1) To register, click the "Register Today" button below. For those registering before the 31st of December 2022, there is an early bird conference admin fee of $75 usd. And for the late birds (after December 31st), the conference admin fee will be $175 usd.


2) At the time of your registration, you will also need to contact Ittingen directly to make your reservations for the accommodations and meals. Accommodations and meals will be $750 usd. In making the reservations, you will need to provide credit card information, but your card will not be charged before the 13th of February 2023.


To contact Ittingen, you can send them an email at reservation@kartause.ch (or call them at +41 52 748 44 11). And please remember to say you are with the "CSOL conference."


3) Make sure to save the date in your calendar!

FAQ

What is CSOL?

CSOL stands for the "Carnegie School of Organizational Learning" Conference. This two-day conference is dedicated to developing a deeper understanding of organizational learning and decision-making, and building stronger ties among scholars interested in learning within and between organizations.


The conference is limited to approximately 40 people in the organizational learning and organizational decision-making field. This small format provides a casual and intimate setting for scholarly conversations and networking.

The conference usually begins in the afternoon on the first day, and finishes around noon on the third day.

What if I want to stay longer?

If you wish to stay longer, you can directly book more nights at Ittingen, and they advise you to do that soon.

What happens after I register?

Once we have your registration, we will be in touch in terms of putting together the presentations schedule, and sending more details about the conference.

Does CSOL still have a non-refundable upfront deposit?

The conference fee structure changed this year due to differences in the conference venues. We will have the early bird fee structure in lieu of the non-refundable deposit.

What about Visas and insurance?

As for international travel, please arrange visas, health and travel insurance on your own. If you need a letter for a Visa, please contact one of the conference organizers.

What about Covid?

The usual applies with Covid. CSOL 2023 is contingent on the state of affairs with Covid. That being said, the preference of the community, based on your survey results, is to have CSOL 2023 an in-person only event.

What does the conference administration fee support?

The conference and accommodations fee covers the conference room, coffee breaks during the conference, internet, and accommodations for Monday and Tuesday nights, plus meals will be covered beginning with dinner on the first day and concluding with lunch on the third day (this includes a rich Swiss breakfast).

The conference administration fee also helps us cover conference contingencies and helps to support the attendance of three to five Ph.D. students.