The Journal of Intercultural Management (JOIM) focuses on issues related to the management of global enterprises, both in a practical and theoretical context.
The recent development of corporate globalization has brought to the fore the importance of intercultural management. Cultural backgrounds have been a huge game changer in the communication between people of different cultures both on a national and organizational level. Together with verbal communication, the underlying values and norms have always been an important element in international management practices. Often these issues are not fully appreciated and therefore there is a need for corporate leaders and managers to be informed about and to remain up-to-date with differences in language, behaviour, attitude and cultrure in order to fully utilize the advantages brought about by diversity. It is this intercultural intelligence which leads to tolerance and empathy between people of which is necessary for a harmonious working environment between employers and colleagues with varying beliefs and values.
The Journal of Intercultural Management analyzes intercultural management issues brought about by different cultural components. Other areas this journal include: international business strategy, risk management, human resource management and organizational behaviour.
A strict and thorough expert/peer review process precedes the publication of any article in this journal, with the review process taking anywhere from four to eight weeks. Editors subsequently inform the author(s) of their article review process and the manuscript may either be accepted for publication or rejected, depending on the outcome of the evaluation. Author(s) of an accepted paper is/are invited to submit their final manuscript which is then published in the Journal after all changes and requirements have been fulfilled. They are also invited to give a paper presentation of their work at conferences on 'Intercultural Management'.
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Associate Editors Krzysztof Wach Dr hab., Cracow University of Economics, Poland Sylwia Przytuła Dr hab., Wrocław University of Economics, Poland Ilan Alon Prof., University of Adger, Norway
Statistical Editor Łucja Tomaszewicz Prof., University of Lodz, Poland
Language Editor Thomas P. Massey PhD, Clark University, USA
Editors Robert Seliga PhD, University of Social Sciences, Poland Andrzej Woźniak PhD, University of Social Sciences, Poland Nataliya Chukchray PhD, Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine Waleed Serhan PhD, University of Social Sciences, Poland Bruno S. Sergi PhD, Harvard University, USA & University of Messina, Italy Tomas Kačerauskas PhD, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania Agota Giedrė Raišienė PhD, Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania Milena Rodica Zacharia Prof., Academy of Economics Studies from Bucharest, Romania Enrico Supino, Associate Prof., University of Bologna, Italy Steffen Roth, Prof., La Rochelle Business School, France, and University of Turku, Finland Luca Gnan, Prof., Universita Tor Vergata Rome, Italy Tammy Gregersen, Prof., American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates Robin Anderson, Prof., Università Degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca, Italy Darko Štrajn, Prof., Educational Research Institute, Slovenia Hasan Bedir, Prof., Cukurova University, Turkey Robert Bianchi, Prof., Virginia Commonwealth University, Qatar
Scientific Council Ewa Bogalska-Martin Prof., Université Grenoble Alpes, France Geoff Goldman Prof., University of Johanessburg, South Africa Dariusz Jemielniak Prof., Kozminski University, Poland Jerzy Kociatkiewicz Dr hab., Sheffield University, United Kingdom Monika Kostera Prof., Jagiellonian University, Poland Marek Kwiek Prof., Adam Mickiewicz University Poznań, Poland Torsten Pieper Associate Prof., The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA David Smallbone Prof., Kingstone University, Great Britain Tulus Tambunan Prof., Trisakti University, Indonesia Hugh Willmott Prof., Cass Business School, Great Britain Tyge Payne Assistant Prof., PhD, Texas Tech University, USA Wojciech Czakon Prof., Jagiellonian University, Poland Zofia Patora-Wysocka Dr, University of Social Sciences, Poland Veselin Drašković Prof., University of Montenegro, Montenegro Armenia Androniceanu, Prof. Dr, Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest, Romania Serhiy Kozmenko Dr., Prof, University of Customs and Finance, Ukraine Iga Maria Lehman Dr, Prof. SAN, University of Social Sciences, Poland
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