The WAIMS Journal of Management Education, , is devoted to ornamental teaching and learning in the education management and organizational disciplines. Education maintains a long-standing leader commitment to growth, learning, and innovation and uses a developmental advance in so that one may communicate ideas and insights to others.

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Objectives

WJEM encourages contributions that counter to important issues in education. The prevailing question that guides the journal’s double-blind peer review process is: Will this contribution have a momentous impact on philosophy and/or practice in education? Contributions may be either theoretical or experiential in nature, and are welcomed from any topic area and any country so long as their key focus is on learning and/or teaching issues in education or organization studies. Although our center areas of interest are organizational behavior and management, we are also concerned in teaching and learning developments in connected domains such as human resource management & labor relations, social issues in management, critical management studies, diversity, ethics, organizational development, production and operations, sustainability, etc. We are open to all approaches to scholarly investigation that form the foundation for superior quality knowledge creation and distribution within management teaching and learning.

Readership

While our The key addressees is university educators engaged in teaching in the management and organizational studies domain, our wider constituency includes administrators, managers, trainers, consultants, and coaches. WJEM invites manuscripts from all over the world endeavor to effectively concentrate on the its stakeholders – the teachers, the support staff, the students, the parents, the governmental agencies, and all other similar group by influencing the art of educational management. It is through leveraging the talents of teachers and the academic staff that the educational institutions generate and set up systems and processes which has positively impact on the the on the whole growth, development and academic triumph of the students. WJEM aims to provide a platform for researchers to contribute their academic oriented work with fellow researchers, leaders, practitioners and education providers to bring excellence to educational institutions.

Content

WJIOT publishes original research papers, technical reports, case studies, laboratory experiments and book reviews. Special issues devoted to the important topics of information security for the Internet of Things will be published. The WJEM addresses the increasingly complex role of the educational manager, offering international perspectives on universal problems and presenting a medium for the sharing of ideas, information and expertise. The articles published in this journal efficiently meet the compound needs of principals, superintendents and directors of education interested in the practice and theory of educational management. The following are envisioned areas.

Subject areas suitable for publication include, but are not limited to the following fields:

  • Academic autonomy at workplace
  • Educational institution as knowledge creating organization
  • Educational leadership and management
  • Emotionally intelligent educational institutions
  • Instructional leadership behaviors and student’s outcomes
  • Leadership and school climate
  • Leadership during organizational change
  • Leadership style and school performance
  • Managing high performance learners
  • Managing stakeholders’ expectations
  • Motivating at-risk students
  • School as learning organization
  • Talent management and workplace productivity
  • Cultural Intelligence and Leadership Style