Organization Management Journal is organized into six distinct sections:
- Current Empirical Research
- Emerging Conceptual Scholarship
- Teaching & Learning
- Linking Theory & Practice
- First Person Research
- Reviews & Research of Note
Each section has its own editorial mission, editors, and review board, which can be found here.
OMJ is designed as a forum for broad philosophical, social, and practical thought about management and organizing. We publish articles that advance knowledge in the areas of management and organizational theory, research, education, and practice. Through our blind peer-review process, we enhance the professional development of scholars, practitioners, and doctoral students. More specifically, OMJ publishes papers that:
- Address the interface between theoretical insight and practical application
- Enhance the teaching of management, especially using experiential pedagogies
- Represent the early stages of theorizing about management and organizing in unique and perceptive ways
- Serve as a resource for our readers' professional development
This journal uses ScholarOne Manuscripts to peer review manuscript submissions. Please read the guide for ScholarOne authors before making a submission. Complete guidelines for preparing and submitting your manuscript to this journal are provided here.
- Editor-in-Chief: Priscilla Elsass, Clark University (firstname.lastname@example.org)