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Charles Noble - Journal of Product Innovation Management

The Journal of Product Innovation Management (JPIM) is an interdisciplinary, international journal that seeks to advance our theoretical and managerial knowledge of innovation management and product development. The journal publishes original articles on organizations of all sizes (start-ups, small to medium sized enterprises, large corporations) and from the consumer, business-to-business, and policy domains. The journal is receptive to all types of quantitative and qualitative methodologies, as well as conceptual articles. Authors across the world from diverse disciplines and functional perspectives are welcome to submit to the journal.

Charles Noble - Journal of Product Innovation Management
Professor Beverly Wagner - Supply Chain Management: an International Journal
Professor Beverly Wagner - Supply Chain Management: an International Journal

The aim of Supply Chain Management: An International Journal is to push the boundaries of supply chain research and practice.  Published papers demonstrate international relevance and global impact to both theory and practice.  Research papers and case studies submitted to SCMij will only be considered if they contribute to extending supply chain knowledge beyond a dyadic perspective.  The challenges posed by globalisation and rapidly changing technology trends directly affects supply chain design and management. Contemporary supply chain practices have to be responsive, proactive, integrated and information driven when managing the components of the supply chain.

Rick Mitchell

R&D Today is an independent website sponsored by the Research and Development Management Association (RADMA), a charity. It aims to make relevant research findings available to R&D practitioners in a convenient and accessible form. We welcome brief articles (typically 2 or 3 pages) describing recent research findings which may be of practical use to R&D professionals. Articles may provide a complete description of the work or give a brief summary with a link to a completed paper. We need them to be written in a clear and accessible form. Please see the website, www.rndtoday.co.uk for examples. We ask you to provide a picture and a contact address that readers may use for follow-up discussions. Publishing on R&D Today gives publicity to the authors and to the work, and is accepted by most universities as evidence of the Impact of the research


Rick Mitchell

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