VOLUME 86 Edition 1 Now Available
The Society for Advancement of Management as the publisher of the SAM Advanced Management Journal is pleased to announce the release of Volume 86 Edition 1. This special issue was curated by our Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Latha Poonamallee, and features her insightful editorial, Management and Social Justice? An Oxymoron or Inevitability.
Featured articles in this edition include;
- Generative Engagement: Conceptualizing A Relational and Cross-Boundary Approach to Human Development and Sustainability in Today’s Divided World,
- Building Supportive, Inclusive Workplaces Where Neurodivergent Thinkers Thrive: Approaches in Managing Diversity, Inclusion, and Building Entrepreneurship,
- The Rise of Prepping in New York City: Community Resilience and COVID-19, and
- Using Social Media in the Selection Process: An Ethical Perspective for Employers and Applicants
We look forward to receiving more research articles, reviews, commentaries, ideas for special issues, and other papers on management research. We hope that you enjoy as we break new ground in one of the oldest journals in our discipline and promise you that you will find the articles in this issue insightful and topical.
About SAM (The Society for Advancement of Management) The Society for Advancement of Management is the world’s oldest management society, formed in 1912 to provide a place for discussion and promotion of Frederick Winslow Taylor’s principles of scientific management. A non-profit organization run and advanced by hundreds of volunteers; members come from a variety of disciplines — productions, finance, marketing, accounting, research and development, entrepreneurship, — but share a common bond of interest in becoming stronger managers. SAM builds bridges among academicians, practitioners, and students not only to better share management expertise, but also to develop and promote new management ideas.