GLIMS Journal of Management Review and Transformation aims to publish scientific, empirical research on the theory, practice, and contemporary perspectives of management focusing on the problems, interests, and concerns of managers. It aims to explore interesting questions and phenomena in management, develop and/or test theory, replicate prior studies, and review and synthesize existing research.
Within its scope are all aspects of management related, but not limited to, strategy, entrepreneurship, innovation, information technology, digital business, analytics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and policy and organizations, as well as all functional areas of business, such as organizational behavior, human resource management, accounting, finance, marketing, operations, data and analytics, and technology transformation.
This journal intends to publish a variety of articles including quantitative and qualitative empirical research articles and conceptual articles that provide novel perspectives on recent business phenomena. To achieve our aim of writing about business transformation, the journal will also include case studies and book review articles. It would also publish abstracts of PhDs that are relevant and in-line with the journal’s objectives.