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The Journal of General Management

 

A leading international journal focussing on cross-functional research

Senior and Executive Editor: Professor Stephen Drew

Managing Editor: Professor Teck Yong Eng

 

Founding Editors: Prof. Bernard Taylor and Prof. Keith MacMillan

Journal of General Management

BREAKING NEWS: JGM Moving to Sage Publications from Spring 2017

The Braybrooke Press is delighted to announce that SAGE Publications Limited is taking over the Journal of General Management, which will be published by SAGE from the Spring Issue 2017 and beyond.

Academic librarians and other customers should note that SAGE will be taking orders for the Spring 2017 issue onwards.

The Braybrooke Press will continue to service and maintain all existing orders as usual until the Spring 2017 issue.

SAGE will deliver continuity of service to those clients who already have orders in place and which become due for renewal later in 2017.

Both the Senior Executive Editor, Professor Stephen Drew and Managing Editor, Professor Teck Young Eng, who have long been associated with the JGM, are staying in post. There will be no change in Editorial policy during this transition.

Clients and agents wishing to learn about subscription order information should refer to the SAGE publications website: www.sagepub.co.uk.

Any queries regarding the above should be directed to admin@braybrookepress.com.

The Editors

Professor Stephen Drew has been Senior Executive Editor since 2011. Professor Teck Yong Eng is the journal's Managing Editor.

JGM's Background

Founded in 1970 (with the original title of the Journal of Business Policy), the Journal of General Management (JGM) is an international journal that publishes double blind peer-reviewed research across all areas of management science, from scholars across the world.  It is read by researchers, students, and general managers in all corners of the globe.

With 40 years of publishing history behind it, JGM has disseminated original scholarship in all areas of business management, and has a reputation for rigorous, practitioner-oriented scholarship.  The journal also regularly publishes perceptive book reviews on newly-released management titles.