International Journal of Management Concepts and Philosophy
Int J Manag Concepts Philos
ISSN (printed): 1478-1484. ISSN (electronic): 1741-8135.
Many ideas and many innovative and creative approaches to management are lost because of the intrinsic tendency to reject the new, the novel, the ground challenging and the ground-breaking idea. IJMCP encourages novel yet rigorously thought-out and rigorously developed ground challenging and groundbreaking ideas and perspectives. It encourages multi-disciplinary perspectives and diverse cross-pollination of thought and approaches to management practice. The objectives of the IJMCP are to encourage and support development of new management thinking, concepts and paradigms for business management practice and philosophy. The journal will particularly encourage fresh solutions to critical management problems. As we move into the new millennium, the landscape of management challenges has changed, yet management thought is deeply embedded with concepts and philosophies from the era of the industrial revolution, steeped within one sided rational assumptions and philosophies that are universally applied. What is important at this juncture is to inject fresh and novel ways of looking at current problems, defining the challenges ahead, and searching for solutions to the problems that are likely to lie ahead. IJMCP aims to raise fundamental questions about current practice, ask questions that have yet to be asked and propose solutions.
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