Journal of Competitive Intelligence and Management
Published/Hosted by Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals.
The Journal of Competitive Intelligence and Management is the refereed, scholarly journal of the competitive intelligence (CI) profession, co-edited by long-time SCIP members Dr. Craig Fleisher (Odette School of Business, University of Windsor, Canada) and Dr. John Prescott (Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh, USA), published by the Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals (SCIP), financially supported by the Odette Research Chair in Business at the University of Windsor as well as other CI-committed organizations. Its primary aim is to further the development and professionalization of CI and to encourage greater understanding of the management of competition by publishing original, high quality, scholarly material in a highly readable format covering all aspects of the field, with an eye toward practical applications. The primary audience encompasses academics, CI practitioners, private and public sector managers who use CI in their decision-making, vendors, and government organizations. Broadly, JCIM publishes two types of manuscripts: full-length empirical and/or theoretical articles (some with comment from noted practitioners) and shorter department pieces, which include columns, concise case studies, and book reviews. These efforts should emphasize practical implications and are particularly useful when based on the author's own experience and research. JCIM is a scholarly journal that utilizes a double blind review process. An Editorial Board of active and contributing CI scholars from around the globe evaluates articles for potential publication.
- Further information
- Category Link