Mission Statement - Strategic Change was established in 1992 and is an international journal dedicated to the study of the management and organization of strategic change. The journal is designed to support researchers, teachers, students, practitioners, management consultants, managers, policy-makers and entrepreneurs. Strategic Change publishes peer reviewed original papers, empirical, conceptual and review, with a spirit to be concise and providing scholarly contributions that advance theory on pressing issues and have a highly practical relevance.
Aims and Scope - Strategic Change focuses on the decision-making of change, but generalized in the different disciplines which can speak to this phenomenon. The journal is interdisciplinary bridging management, economics, strategy, organization, entrepreneurship and finance to support better decision-making and business performance. Strategic Change aims at being unique in publishing micro-centric research that enhance the theoretical and practical understanding of the management of strategic change, and inform entrepreneurial and strategic decision-making. The journal is highly accessible, combining academic depth and rigor with practicality, publishing clear, straightforward articles that are distinctly geared toward the solution of grand challenges and real-world issues. The purpose of Strategic Change is to provide a platform for the publication of cutting-edge, original, innovative, and high-quality research at the intersection of strategy, entrepreneurship, and decision-making. Looking at situations where organizations shape the competitive environment or dynamically respond to the competitive challenges, the journal aims to advance the field by fostering a deeper understanding of the complex and dynamic processes involved in shaping strategic decisions and facilitating organizational change.
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