JMIS Aims and Scope
Editor-in-Chief: Vladimir Zwass
Fairleigh Dickinson University
Web Site Editor: David Eargle
University of Colorado-Boulder
JMIS is a widely recognized top-tier forum for the presentation of research that advances the understanding and practice of organizational information systems. It serves the researchers investigating new modes of information technology deployment and the changing landscape of information policy making, as well as practitioners and executives managing the information resource. Along with the pursuit of knowledge, the quarterly aims to serve the societal goals, and to bridge the gap between theory and practice of information systems.
The journal accepts for the double-blind review full-scale research submissions that make a significant contribution to the field of information systems. Such contributions may present:
- Impactful and methodologically sound research work leading to the progress of the knowledge field
- Paradigmatic and generalizable designs and applications
- Analyses of informational policy making in an organizational, national, or international setting
- Investigations of societal and economic issues of organizational computing, in particular aiming at the improvements in health, sustainability, and equity
Analytical attention is focused on the following key issues:
- Information systems for competitive positioning
- Business processes and management enabled by information technology
- Business value of information technology
- Resilience and security of information-technology infrastructures
- Entrepreneurial deployment of information technology
- Management of information resources
- Relationship between information technology and organizational performance and structures
- Enterprise-wide systems architectures and infrastructures
- Electronic business, net-enabled organizations, and platforms
- The organization and impacts of big data and data analytics
- Artificial intelligence with machine learning in organizational information systems
- Social media, social commerce, and social networks in the organizational perspective
- Systems sourcing, development, and stewardship in organizations
- Informational support of collaborative work
- Knowledge management, organizational learning, and organizational memory
- The human element in organizational computing
Contributors are invited to submit their best work for publication in Journal of Management Information Systems.
All papers are refereed in a double-blind process by the internationally recognized expert referees and by Associate Editors who serve on the distinguished Editorial Board of JMIS.
Click here for submission information: Information for Contributors.