The Journal of Applied Management & Entrepreneurship

Editor: Professor John Humphreys, Texas A&M University, USA

A quarterly journal
ISSN 2326-3709 (online) ISSN 1077-1158 (print)

The Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship (JAME) includes empirical or conceptual articles on areas of general management or entrepreneurship as they relate to socially responsible practice. This includes, but is not limited to, articles in the areas of human resource management, international management, management consulting, health care management, careers, management information systems, organization theory, production management, organizational communications, organizational behaviour, organization development and change, technology management, small business management, strategy, and social issues in business. Works regarding new issues in these fields are especially welcomed, although historical perspectives are also appropriate. Articles focusing on both public sector and private sector management are encouraged. In-depth organizational case studies will be considered.

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A Social Network Analysis Approach to Strengthening Nonprofit Collaboration. 2014, 20(1), 87-101.

Naim Kapucu and Faatih Demiroz

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Servant Leadership in Multigenerational Family Firms. 2015, 20(4), 25-48.

John James Cater III and Brent D. Beal

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Executive Interview. From the Mission Control Room to the Board Room: Interview with the Director of Mission Operations of NASA, Johnson Space Center, Paul Sean Hill. 2015 20(2), 112-118.

Leslie Twororger and Walt Natemeyer

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“I’m Loving It!” What Makes the Successful Entrepreneur Affectively Committed to Entrepreneurial Performance? 19(2), 27-52.

Rahayu Tasnim, Salleh Yahya, and Muhammad Nizam

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