The International Journal of Organizational Innovation (IJOI) (ISSN 1943-1813) is an international, interdisciplinary, open-access, double-blind peer-reviewed journal. It is published quarterly, with continuous submissions accepted. It's hallmarks include timely publication (usually less than three months) of a wide variety of innovation related research & scholarship, from both the researcher and practitioner perspectives. The articles published in the Journal have NO PAGE LENGTH RESTRICTIONS IN ORDER TO ENCOURAGE COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE OF THE TOPIC!! The Innovation related topics include management & organizational development themes, as well as engineering & IT (See BACK ISSUES to view past topics). The journal is designed to be of benefit to scholars, researchers, students, practitioners, policy-makers and consultants. It is listed in the EI/INSPEC, ProQuest, Cabell's and Ulrich's databases and is internationally distributed by EBSCOhost and other international electronic distributors. The Journal reaches an international audience with past readers from 120+ countries and authors from over 60 countries.
Rationale: In the fields related to organizational and technological innovation, the publisher (The International Association of Organizational Innovation) envisions the International Journal of Organizational Innovation to provide scholars and practitioners with FREE on-line open access to a variety of organizational related articles, ideas, research and other materials.
NOTE: IJOI is using a new format for articles published. This change has been made in order to comply with the article format of most other international journals. This change will result in fewer pages per article, thus lower costs to both the publisher and article authors. See the Author Guidelines for complete deails and instructions on how to write the articles for submission. If you have any questions, please contact the Editor:
Submissions are welcome from all scholars and practitioners with an innovative idea or process!!