| Editor in Chief: Prof. Thow Yick Liang |
ISSN online: 1759-0264
ISSN print: 1759-0256
4 issues per year
IJCLM subscribes to a broad understanding of complexity in leadership, governance, management and organisational dynamics. Its explores how various concepts such as complexity, nonlinearity, consciousness, intrinsic intelligence, collective intelligence, connectivity, autopoiesis, adaptation, diversity, self-organisation, emergence, dissipation, edge of chaos, butterfly effect and sustainability may help generate new effective leadership, governance and management theories, strategies and practices. It also explores how such fresh mindsets and strategic nonlinear thinking may become an integral part of all innovative and competitive organisations, economies and nations.
- New theoretical comprehension, associated issues and strategies
- Empirical research in frameworks and practices
- Case studies of human systems
- Theoretical discourse of various theories
- Complexity lens/metaphors and their usage
- Complexity adaptive dynamics, complexity/intelligence-centric processes
- Particular sectors/activities
- Leadership at the edge of chaos/rugged landscape
- Leadership sensitive to initial input, innovation and creativity
- Nonlinear intelligence/thinking, knowledge management, organisational learning
- Complexity/intelligence mindset, intelligence paradigm
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IJCLM is an international peer-reviewed journal. It aims to promote a deeper comprehension and to provide dialogue across country borders and cultures on the issues of complexity in leadership, governance and management. In this respect, it aims to serve as a platform where new philosophies, theories, empirical research findings and case studies can be published and shared internationally. Readership
IJCLM is a vehicle which provides the latest findings, developments and thinking in management, governance and leadership to corporate leaders, company managers, business consultants, education leaders, national policy makers, military leaders, academics and researchers. IJCLM is also a forum through which different stakeholders worldwide can disseminate new thinking, theories, strategies and practices involved in complexity in leadership, governance and management, thus learning from each other's expertise and experience.Contents
IJCLM publishes original papers in theoretical development and empirical research, case studies, discussion papers, conference reports, book reviews, commentaries and news dealing with the frontiers of complexity in leadership, governance and management. Special Issues devoted to unique, important themes in the domain of complexity and complex adaptive dynamics in leadership, governance and management will also be published from time to time. IJCLM welcomes worldwide contributions from academics, researchers, policy makers, corporate leaders, educators, and business consultants and practitioners with interest in the topics specified.
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Editor in Chief
- Liang, Thow Yick, Singapore Management University, Singapore
- McKelvey, Bill, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Editorial Board Members
- Allen, Peter M, Cranfield University, UK
- Andriani, Pierpaolo, Durham University, UK
- Baets, Walter, University of Cape Town, South Africa
- Bento, Fabio, Rudolf Steiner University College, Norway
- Bogenhold, Dieter, Free University of Bozen/Bolzano, Italy
- Castellani, Brian, Kent State University, USA
- Espinosa, Angela, University of Hull, UK
- Esposito, Mark, Grenoble School of Management, France
- Gunz, Hugh P., University of Toronto Mississauga, Canada
- Kowch, Eugene G., University of Calgary, Canada
- Lee, Patrick Chang Boon, University of Macau, Macao
- MacGillivray, Alice, Independent Consultant, Canada
- Mahmud, Saadia, University of South Australia, Australia
- Marion, Russ, Clemson University, USA
- Ng, Desmond, Texas A&M University, USA
- Nguh, Jonas, Kaplan University, USA
- Olmedo, Elena, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
- Phelps, Renata, Southern Cross University, Australia
- Reschke, Carl Henning, Institute for Management Research Cologne, Germany
- Robertson, Duncan A., University of Oxford, UK
- Sanders, T. Irene, Washington Center for Complexity and Public Policy, USA
- Singh, Ramanjeet, Institute of Management and Technology, India
- Svensson, Ann, Jönköping University, Sweden
- Tan, Ern Ser, National University of Singapore, Singapore
- Tan, Gilbert, Singapore Management University, Singapore
- Uhl-Bien, Mary, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
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