Philosophy of Management
INFORMATION FOR AUTHORS
Presuppositions of management
- theories of nature, human nature, rationality, knowledge, legitimacy and rights
Core concepts in management
- such as leader, vision, organisation, stakeholder, motivation, value, effectiveness, work
Representations of management in different media and managerial myths
Management methodologies, for instance decision-making, control, organisation design
The use of philosophical techniques and skills in management practice
- such as dialogue, enquiry, conceptual analysis
The application of philosophical disciplines to issues facing managers including organisational purpose, performance measurement, the status of ethics, employee privacy, limitations on the right to manage.
Contributions and proposals under any of the following heads will be welcomed:
Papers of 3,000 words or more
Translations of work new to English speaking audiences
Review Essays: extended critiques of significant books and conferences
Review Notes of books, events or significant articles
Dissertation Abstracts reporting significant research
Concise Opinion Pieces and responses to articles published in Philosophy of Management and elsewhere
Interviews with leading philosophers, theorists and practitioners
Crossover Studies: explications of the relevance of the work of philosophers to management
Literature reviews and annotated bibliographies
Noticeboard announcements of relevant activities, events, research projects and networks.
We are happy to discuss proposed contributions at an early stage and to advise on presentation for the Journal’s interdisciplinary readership.
We follow a double-blind reviewing procedure with submitted papers reviewed by two referees.
When referring to the Journal please give the title in full: Philosophy of Management.
Submissions should be made online via the journal's online submissions system at www.editorialmanager.com/phom/default.aspx.