Regular issues

Contemporary management is one of the areas enjoying rapid development both in the context of the emerging knowledge- and innovations-based economy, where the main competitive resource is knowledge, as well as in the context of the prevailing humanistic approach to management. The human aspect and human knowledge permeate each sphere of management. Nowadays, it is impossible to manage an enterprise without the support of an IT infrastructure. Therefore it is worth analyzing the subjects listed below (not limited):

  • new concepts in strategic management (business models, models of creating value in an enterprise, contemporary strategies of enterprises);
  • new concepts in human resource management (competence management, talent management, job evaluation, performance measurement, rewarding performance, flexible employment and rewarding, team forms of work organization, expert (horizontal) models of professional career);
  • dynamics of systems in management (learning models, learning organization, management simulators, simulations of managerial problems);
  • new concepts in performance management (employee performance management, group performance management and organizational performance management);
  • theory and practice of Operations Management/Supply Chain Management (operations strategy and policy, manufacturing and service systems design, technology management, capacity planning, operations planning, scheduling and control, project management, performance measurement and productivity, quality management, purchasing/sourcing management, materials and inventory management, logistics and transportation, international operations, operations and information technology).

 The innovation area of the Journal's focus emphasizes a broad range of topics and approaches, including and not limited to:

  • empirical studies on within-organization innovation management, viewed from various perspectives (organizational behavior, psychology of creativity, organizational structures, styles of leadership and team-building strategies, promoting creativity among employees),
  • development, testing, and application of heuristic methods of creative thinking in the context of management and entrepreneurship, with an emphasis on translating creativity into result-oriented innovative business projects,
  • profiles of innovative products, structures, and processes, aimed at improving management practice and providing inspiration for entrepreneurs,
  • comparative analyses of national, and regional policy or sector issues, such as R&D trends, patents, citations, etc.,
  • theoretical work on economic, organizational and scientific aspects of innovation, encouraging the search for inspiration from various disciplines, including natural sciences, the arts, and humanities,
  • eco-innovation.

Paper submission

Papers should be submitted to JEMI at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. The papers that pass the initial vetting process will undergo a double-blind peer review and must be in sufficient detail for the referees to judge their meaning and value. Submissions must be in English, should be 8,000 - 12,000 words, and follow the submission requirements posted on the JEMI website at