Thursday, December 07, 2006
Intercultural Management Quarterly (IMQ) is dedicated to addressing the complex challenges that culture poses to the management of global organizations. IMQ contributions come from scholars, practitioners, industry professionals and students in the fields of intercultural communication, education, business, development and many others. IMQ continually welcomes submissions of articles related to intercultural communication and management issues.
IMQ is seeking submissions for its Winter 2007 issue. The deadline is January 19, 2007.
Possible topics include Conflict/Post-Conflict Management Overseas, Relationships Between Culture and Development, Culture and Business, Issues in International Human Resources, Intercultural Training, Culture and Technology, Cross-Cultural Negotiation, Intercultural Management Theory, and Book Reviews.
Articles must be innovative and contribute to the knowledge in this field, but authors should avoid overly academic jargon or extensive footnotes or endnotes. Submissions should be no less than 1,000 words and no more than 2,000 words. Each submission is refereed by members of the IMQ editorial review board and accepted pieces are subject to editing.
You are encouraged to review past editions of IMQ; to do so, please visit our website at http://www.imi.american.edu/imq.htm. To submit an article or to subscribe, please contact IMQ Managing Editor Chris Saenger, at email@example.com