(IJRMF) International Journal of Research in Management Fields

 { (Print) 2577-1876 (Online) 2577-4274}


The objectives of IJRMF (International Journal of Research in Management Field) are to establish an effective channel of communication between management, policy makers, government agencies and academics with the complex task of management development in societal and organizational context. It takes a multifunctional, multi-disciplinary, international approach to the issues facing those for whom management development is an important concern. It presents the research, experiences, and insights of academics, consultants, practicing managers, economists, scientists, sociologists, and thoughtful contributors from other professions and disciplines.

Since approaches to management development often differ in different economies and cultures, IJRMF draws on the work of authors from all over the world. Articles are based on empirical research, well-considered observations of management experience, and state-of-the-art reviews of important issues as well as conceptual and theoretical developments. The scope is broad, taking account of those issues that are crucial to successful management in the organization's external as well as internal environment. The intent is to be informative, thought-provoking, and intellectually challenging and thereby to contribute to the development of better managers. IJRMF considers issues related to corporate responsibility and CEO effectiveness through practical, real-world discussions and analysis of past, present and future concern.


IJRMF provides a vehicle to help professionals, academics, researchers and policy makers, working in the field of management development. The following provides some examples of its readership:
Management development specialists and consultants
Personnel professionals and human resource managers
Corporate communications directors and communication consultants
Directors and heads of public relations aid public affairs
Heads of internal communication
Change, brand and knowledge managers
Strategic planners and decision makers
Graduate and post-graduate students
Researchers in public relations, communications and journalism
Managing directors, CEOs and senior managers