Location

The Fourth International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organisations

About the Conference Venue

Download a map of the University of Greenwich’s ‘Maritime’ campus.

The 2004 Conference is to be held at University of Greenwich’s ‘Maritime’ campus, based in the Old Royal Naval College on the banks of the River Thames, in Greenwich.

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The Maritime campus is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the historical home of Kings and Queens of England and featuring many unique classical buildings including the Queens House, The Painted Hall, Queen Mary Chapel and Admiralty House. The single-site location is less than 5 miles from the centre of London and is adjacent to Greenwich Observatory, located at 0" longitude and well-known the world-over as ‘the home of world time’.

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The University has established a major campus here including three baroque buildings, designed by Sir Christopher Wren. Henry VIII, Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth I were all born here. Within this historic fabric, the campus offers the latest in modern facilities including new state of the art lecture theatres, computing suites and unique halls of residence.

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Street Address of Conference Venue

Business School
University of Greenwich
Maritime Greenwich College
Old Royal Naval College
Park Row, Greenwich
London
SE10 9LS
United Kingdom
info@commongroundconferences.com


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