NOLEGEIN Journal of Leadership and Strategic Management

ISSN: 2582-2888

Editors Overview

njlsm maintains an Editorial Board of practicing researchers from around the world, to ensure manuscripts are handled by editors who are experts in the field of study.

Focus and Scope

About the Journal

NOLEGEIN Journal of Leadership and Strategic Management [2582-2888(e)] is a peer-reviewed hybrid open-access journal launched in 2018 that provides a platform to discuss new issues in the area of the Strategic Management process. The journal also seeks to advance the quality of research by publishing papers introducing or elaborating on Management decisions and Corporate strategy.

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Focus and Scope

  • Strategic Management Process: Competence-based, sustainability, Balanced scorecard, Performance measurement, and evaluation, Strategic decision-making, Information systems success, Multidimensional metrics, Case studies, Performance management, Logistics service, Customer service management, Fuzzy QFD, House of Quality, Project portfolio management, Project success and strategy, Project management research, Strategic management theory, Resource-based view, Dynamic capabilities, Absorptive capacity, Strategic consensus, Alignment of priorities, Manufacturing strategy, Performance, Tangible assets, Intangible assets, Value drivers, Interdependencies, Analytic network process, Competitive advantage, Executive information systems, Environmental scanning, Strategy formulation, Implementation success.

  • Management decisions: Decision making, Affect, Emotions, Cognition, Co-evolution, Literature review, Health service, Operations strategy, Infrastructural decisions, Community hospitals, Structural equation, Conservation management, Conservation practitioners, Decision-making, Evidence, Prioritization, Science-based management, Sensemaking, Socially situated cognition, Cognition, Rationality, Behavioral strategy, Self-management, Adherence, Quality of life, Feedback, evidence-based conservation, information, policy, practice, environmental management, environmental decision-making, Race, bias, disparities, Structural equation modeling.

  • Time scales and product development planning: New product development, Marketing-manufacturing integration, Empirical study, Path analysis, Product development, Project management, Technology, Innovation management, Supplier involvement, Product assembly, Product diversification, Consumer-oriented technology, Expert system, Database, Computer graphics, Learning, Improvisation, Unlearning, Turbulence, Green marketing, Manufacturing firms, Project Success Factors, NPD Processes, Strategic Alignment of NPD, Platform strategy, Environment, Competitive capabilities, Structural equation models, Multi-group analysis and model invariance, Longevity, New product development teams, Team design factors, Technological complexity, Innovation speed.

  • Structure of the organization:  Co-authorship, Strategic Management, Social network analysis, small world, Bibliometrics, Organizational structure, Organizational strategy, Organizational effectiveness, Knowledge management, Organizational culture, Change management, Leadership, Public sector organizations, Strategic alliances, Alliance skills, Alliance structure, Alliance systems, Dedicated alliance function, Transformational leadership, Work engagement, Structural empowerment, Mediation.

  • Activities of the organization: Corporate entrepreneurship, Middle managers, Entrepreneurial environment, Network, strategy, environment, interaction, efficiency, Theory of action, Conversation analysis, Talk-in-interaction, Embodiment, Gestures, Semiotic fields, Temporary organization, project, action, sequencing, bracketing, Innovation, Adoption, Diffusion, Organizations, Technology acceptance, Firewalls, Universal Banking, Credibility, Firm organization, Knowledge Networks, Value Creation, Best Practice Transfer, Internal marketing, Customer retention, Agency, Principal-agent, Resource, Change, Uncertainty, Executive Management, Professionalism.

  • Analysis of internal and external factors for product development: Strategic orientation, New product development, Innovation speed, Antecedents of NPD speed, Time-based strategy, Meta-analysis, Knowledge sharing practices, Strategic fit, Product development projects, Project outcomes, Structural equation models, Multi-group analysis and model invariance, Exploitative learning, Exploratory learning, Supplier, Collaboration, Case study, Automotive, Competitive advantage, Organizational competence, Success, Failure, Collaborative competence, Resource-based view, Complementarity theory, New product development effectiveness, New product quality, Product innovativeness, Information technology, IT, New product development process, Information technology tools, Knowledge-based view.

  • SWOT Analysis: SWOT analysis, Importance-Performance Analysis, Customer satisfaction surveys, construction waste management, analytic hierarchy process (AHP), systematic literature review, circular economy (CE), supply chain management, seasonality, homogenization, standards and regulation, Machine learning, Analytics, IoT, Transfer learning, Technology, Software industry, Empirical study, SMEs, Success factors, Growth barriers, Chemical tankers, Safety, Decision analysis, External and internal environment, Forest certification, Strategic planning, Supplier selection, Fuzzy logic, Linear programming, Land-use change, Landscape Management, Sustainable energy development, Participatory approach.

  • Experience curve: Combined cycle gas turbine, Electricity generation cost, Stochastic analytic hierarchy process, Decision support model, Knowledge-based experience curve, Restoration priorities, Cost reductions, Serial entrepreneurship, Learning curves, Experience, Similarity, Performance, Technology innovation, Energy demand technologies, Micro-cogeneration, Energy paradox, Experience-curve effects, Irreversible investments, Energy efficiency, Large appliances, Technology foresight, R&D, Production cost reductions, Return on Investment (ROI), Learning-by-doing, Uncertainties, Endogenous technological change, Energy–economic models.

  • Corporate strategy and portfolio theory: Project portfolio management, Strategic orientation, Strategy implementation, Project portfolio success, sustainability, business organizations, Portfolio theory, Risk management, Benefits realization, Strategy execution, Project success, Project governance, Business strategy alignment, Chief information officer characteristics, Organizational performance, Personality, Optimization, Performance evaluation, Financial institutions, Mean-Variance Portfolio theory, Cross-domain alignment, IT-strategy fit, Business unit, Multi-business organization, Complementarity, Firm performance, Profile of technological deployment, Market orientation, Innovation, New product activity.

  • Competitor Analysis: Sustainable development, Data Envelopment Analysis, matrix analysis, economies of scale, Telecommunication, Diffusion, Competition, Empirical tools, Demand, Production efficiency, Product repositioning, congestion, public inputs, tax competition, Dynamics, High-technology transport, Air transport logistics, Outsourcing, Approximate equilibrium, Patent roadmap, Text clustering, Patent information, Dominant design, Market commonality, Patent litigation, Resource-based view, Concentration, Market structure, Fractal-fractional Caputo-Fabrizio model, Banking data model, Actual data, Simulation results.

  • Generic competitive strategic thinking:  Emergent strategy, Competitive advantage, Rational planning, Network strategy, Organizational culture, Organizational structure, Competencies, Market turbulence, Marketing performance, Group model building, Market research, Strategic value assessment, Manufacturing strategy, Firm performance, Developing economy, Path analysis, Operations strategy, Empirical research, Strategy-making, Strategic management process, Strategic game-playing, Strategic leadership, Strategy design, Knowledge creation, Information systems thinking, Strategic management accounting, Performance measurement, Knowledge management, Management control, Resource-based view, Strategy-as-practice.

  • Internet and information availability: Access and evaluation, Information services, Medical informatics, Online health information, Social sciences, Health inequalities, Health literacy, Information overload, Infoglut, Information fatigue syndrome, Social support, Information in decision-making, Rational decision-making, Internet business information, Information type, accuracy and content, Internet of Things, consumer behaviors, smart sensors and smart meters, Internet marketing, Business relationships, Export market growth, Adoption, Resistance, Banking, Rotator cuff, patient information, education, DISCERN, Information storage and retrieval, Family practice, Evidence-based medicine.

  • Sustainability: Dominant socio-economic paradigm (DSP), sustainable development, pollution prevention, environmental pollution, Environmental Management System (EMS), Circular Economy, Global Reporting Initiative, Corporate Sustainability, Business in society, Environmental performance, Financial performance, Corporate social responsibility, corporate social responsibility (CSR), supply chain management, performance measures, exponential growth, sustainable business models, Human resources management, Integrated sustainable-value framework, Global energy statistics.

  • Age of Discontinuity-new technologies, globalization, cultural pluralism, and knowledge capital:  Innovation, Sustainability, creative accumulation, technological discontinuity, creative destruction, disruptive innovation, competence-destroying innovation, industry lifecycles, services, maturity, business models, Social entrepreneurship, Commercial entrepreneurship, Knowledge capital, Human capital, Social capital, Culture Informal institutions, Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, Knowledge-based view, Corporate social entrepreneurship, Gig economy issues, Participative ethnography, Food security, Coping strategies, Food Access, Food utilization, Assets creation, Knowledge-based systems, Case-based reasoning, Academic Achievement, School climate, Black youth, School diversity, Racial identity, Behavior problems, Multicultural education, Interpretive competence, Preservice teachers, Narrative inquiry, Encounters of difference, Self-study, Traditional medical system.

Open Access Statement

The NOLEGEIN Journal of Leadership and Strategic Management (njlsm) is an open-access (OA) publication which provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. All published works will be available to a worldwide audience, free, immediately upon publication. Publication in the journal is subject to payment of an article processing charge (APC). The APC serves to support the journal and ensures that articles are freely accessible online in perpetuity under a Creative Commons licenses.

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