Aiming to be the de facto business and management open access journal!

Authors are invited to submit theoretical and empirical papers in all categories of business such as e-business, general management, international business, strategy, marketing, supply chain management, organization studies, entrepreneurship, enterprise, innovation and human resource management. This list is not meant to be exhaustive, but rather an indication of the areas of concern of the journal.

We welcome paper submissions on the basis that the material has not been published elsewhere. We also aim to develop a journal that will appeal to both business and management practitioners. On that basis, papers that include practical applications to any business and management field are welcomed.

We endeavour to provide rapid and informative feedback to authors. Our objective is to obtain reviews from referees within 10 weeks of the initial paper submission. For the author guidelines and for submitting an article please click here. We are looking forward to receiving quality submissions for our forthcoming volumes. In 2018 we expect to receive more than 600 papers. We typically accept around 4-5%, after a rigorous double blind review process. All papers are available for free as we are an open access journal.

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Mitigating The Harmful Effect of Slack: Does Locus of Commitment (Organizational Versus Colleague) Play a Role?

Fanani Rohma, F.F.

A high-level of budget proposal evaluation intensity effectively decreases slack but causes efficiency problems. A high-level budget proposal evaluation intensity may result in high monitoring costs. This research looks into the layers of the workplace to investigate the best level of budget proposal evaluation intensity to decrease slack, by paying ...

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Strategic Involvement without Strategic Input: An Empirical Analysis of the Practice of Public Relations in Greece

Triantafillidou, A., & Yannas, P.

The purpose of the study is to empirically examine the practice of public relations in Greece and assess the extent to which practitioners strategically manage and contribute to the strategic management of organizations. Moreover, the study aims to reveal differences in the public relations practices across various industry sectors. Towards ...

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The impact of nostalgic corporate storytelling on brand heritage: A multiple mediation model

Riskos, K., Dekoulou. P., Hatzithomas, L., & Kotzaivazoglou, I.

Given that previous studies have supported the idea that brand storytelling has a significant impact on consumer behaviour, brand stories are increasingly becoming a part of companiesí marketing communications tools. The present study investigates the effect of nostalgic corporate storytelling on consumer responses to the brand. Its originality lies in ...

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Key elements in transferring knowledge of the AI implementation process for HRM in COVID-19 times: AI consultants' perspective

Tuffaha, M., Perello-Marin, M.R., & Suarez-Ruz, E.

Although artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming the workplace structure, very little is known about the strategy that facilitates AI implementation in organizations. The purpose of this paper is to explore key elements in transferring knowledge of the AI implementation process in human resource management (HRM) from the perspective of AI ...

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Better Leveraging Monetary Rewards in the 21st Century Workplace Using Self-determination Theory

Landry, A.T., Papachristopoulos, K., Hsu, Y., & Chen, Y.

The purpose of this article is to understand how to better leverage monetary rewards at work using Self-Determination Theory (SDT). According to SDT research, employees can ascribe different functional meaning to monetary rewards. When rewards take on an informative meaning, they positively contribute to employees' basic psychological needs, leading to ...

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A Study of the relationship between the Symbolic Adoption of Human Resource Information Systems', Technology Adoption factors, and Work-Related Outcomes

Srivastava, S., & Bajaj, B.

Over recent years, the Human Resource Information System (HRIS) has gained tremendous impetus in industry. Still, the literature states that most information system failures result from employee resistance and subsequent opposition behaviour. To address the gap in the literature, this study has targeted employees' technological symbolic adoption to analyze employee ...

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