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The Journal of Management Education (JME) is dedicated to
enhancing teaching and learning in the management and organizational
disciplines. Over the course of the journal’s 35-year history, its development
reflects changes in the conceptualization, organization, and practice of
management education as well as a long-standing editorial commitment to growth, learning, and innovation. As a leading voice in the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) in management, the Journal of Management Education welcomes contributions from all management educators who seek to reflect on their professional practice and to engage readers in an exploration of what or how to teach in order for students to learn and practice effective management. While its target audience is university educators teaching in the management and organizational studies domain, a broader constituency includes administrators, managers, trainers, consultants, and coaches. The editorial team is committed to using a developmental approach in working with authors t roughout the peer review process, assisting those with great ideas to communicate them clearly to others.
The Journal's experienced editorial board strive to see that readers receive substantively meaningful articles on a range of issues and relevant topics including Active/Action-based Learning, Experiential Learning, Pedagogy/Andragogy, Problem-Based Learning, Project-Based Learning, Service Learning, Organizational Behavior & Theory, Communication, Critical Management Studies, Diversity, Ethics, Global Business, Human Resource Management & Labor Relations, Management Information Systems, Non-Profit Organizations, Organizational Development, Production/Operations, Social Issues in Management, Spirituality in Management Education, Strategic Management & Policy, Supply Chain Management, and Sustainability.