Aims and Scope
Journal of Business Management and Information Systems (JBMIS) ISSN: 2394-3130 is a double-blind peer-reviewed B-Annual (January to June & July-December) research journal aims to arm its readership with the latest research with a forecast for new management thoughts and commentary in all areas associated with business management and information systems, with an informed, multi-disciplinary and international approach. All articles published in the journal must make a strong empirical and/or theoretical contribution. All empirical methods including (but not limited to) qualitative, quantitative, or combination methods are represented. Articles published in the journal are clearly relevant to management theory and practice and identify both a compelling practical management issue and a strong theoretical framework for addressing it. The journal invites papers from all management disciplines; in particular business, finance, management information systems, which shed further light of the business decisions. The journal has an international editorial and advisory board, representing all areas of management and information systems providing a broad structure to add value to business decisions from a wide range of perspectives.
JBMIS aims to bridge the gap between business and technology by promoting cross-disciplinary collaboration and dialogue. We encourages interdisciplinary research that examines the dynamic relationship between technology and organizational processes, highlighting the implications for business strategy, operations, marketing, finance, human resources, and other relevant areas.
JBMIS focuses on research that investigates strategic management practices, decision-making processes, and their integration with information systems. We encourage studies that explore the use of data analytics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other emerging technologies to enhance strategic decision-making, optimize business performance, and drive organizational success.
JBMIS welcomes research on the design, development, implementation, and management of information systems in various organizational contexts. We seek studies that address issues related to system adoption, user acceptance, information security, data governance, business intelligence, and the strategic alignment of information technology with organizational objectives.
JBMIS aims to contribute to the understanding of digital transformation and innovation within organizations. We invite research that examines the challenges and opportunities arising from digital technologies, such as cloud computing, blockchain, Internet of Things (IoT), big data, and cybersecurity. We also encourage investigations into the organizational and managerial implications of digital disruption, business model innovation, and the adoption of emerging technologies.
JBMIS emphasizes the practical relevance of research for business practitioners and decision-makers. We encourage authors to discuss the practical implications of their research findings, providing actionable insights that can be applied in real-world settings. By promoting research with tangible outcomes, we aim to bridge the gap between theory and practice, facilitating evidence-based decision-making and informed managerial practices.
JBIS upholds rigorous scholarly standards and ethical research practices. We adhere to a thorough peer-review process, ensuring the publication of high-quality research. We promote the responsible conduct of research and encourage authors to address ethical considerations in their work, including data privacy, confidentiality, and research integrity.
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Subjects: Business, Business, Finance & Economics, Management & Organizational Behavior, Social Sciences, Sociology, Information Systems, Environmental Economics and Management
The focus and scopes of the articles in this journal are :
- Business strategy & policy
- Organizational behavior
- Human resource management
- Organizational theory
- Research Methods
- Natural Resource Economics and Environment,
- Rural development
- International Economic
- Agribusiness Management,
- Supply and Value Chain management
- Farm Management
- Agricultural Extension and Communication
- Agricultural Sociology
- Rural Community development
- Statistical Methods
- Business Studies
- Economics and Finance
- Other related topics to Management and Information Systems