Aims and scope
The humanistic management journal focuses on the protection of human dignity and the promotion of human well-being within the context of organizing. Work within the above paradigmatic pillars can focus on the individual, group, organizational, systemic, and philosophical levels. The journal encourages contributions from various disciplinary perspectives representing the consilience of knowledge, e.g. contributions from psychology, sociology, economics, cybernetics, physics, evolutionary biology, anthropology etc, as well as interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary contributions are encouraged. In similar fashion, perspectives from academia, practice and public policy are encouraged. As social business and entrepreneurship and conscious, regenerative, and cooperative capitalism gain visibility, this is a forum for researchers, practitioners, and policy makers interested in a life-conducive economic system for which humanistic management is critical.
Primary research or secondary analysis of primary research request a minimum of two peer reviewers and follow external peer-review according to the journal’s editorial procedures as described here: https://www.springer.com/gp/editorial-policies/peer-review-policy-process Further details on how reviewers are selected can be found here: https://www.springer.com/gp/editorial-policies/peer-review-policy-process#toc-49263