Dear AIB-L moderator,
Could you share the following call for papers from Global Business and Organizational Excellence (GBOE) with members?
Editorial Board, GBOE
Call for Papers: Practitioner Oriented Papers on Organizational Excellence (Wiley/GBOE)
Global Business and Organizational Excellence (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/19322062), published by Wiley, is seeking new, practitioner-oriented papers related to various aspects of organizational excellence. It features case studies and applied research that deal with innovative approaches to achieving an organizational advantage in a global setting. GBOE has been published as a contiguous series for about 40 years. Previously, GBOE was published as "National Productivity Review", and "Journal of Organizational Excellence".
Articles should feature initiatives that are mature enough to have demonstrated their effectiveness. Applied research articles based on primarily mathematical or statistical modeling are not suitable unless they clearly explain the practical relevance of their findings.
If you wish to contribute an article to GBOE, please see the author guidelines for further information: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/page/journal/19322062/homepage/forauthors.html.
GBOE is indexed by SCOPUS (Elsevier), ABI/INFORM (ProQuest), and Business Source Complete (EBSCO), and is available throughout the world via Wiley Online library.
Table of contents:
Global Business and Organizational Excellence (Volume 40 Number 3 March/April 2021)
The nexus of physical, cognitive, and emotional engagement with academic staff turnover intention: The moderating role of organizational politics by Lata, Siti Rohaida Mohamed Zainal, Ghulam Jan, and Ubedullah Memon https://doi.org/10.1002/joe.22077
Employee engagement and organizational change initiatives: Does transformational leadership, valence, and trust make a difference? by M. Nazmul Islam, Fumitaka Furuoka, and Aida Idris https://doi.org/10.1002/joe.22078
Book review—Reimagining the Workplace by Kathy Anne Cowie https://doi.org/10.1002/joe.22079