Management Consulting

Journal

Welcome to the Management Consulting Journal

Devoted to insight and debate on the management consulting sector and the practice of management consulting

ISSN: 2631-987X

About

The Management Consulting Journal is published twice per year and we’re looking for member contributions to the content.

Each issue contains a number of articles and is available to read or download, as both a full issue (by the Chartered Management Institute) or individual papers (by Sciendo) below.

If you’d like to contribute then we’d love to hear from you. Please take a look at the guidance documentation below on how to prepare your submission and the editorial processes. The journal is for anyone working in or interested in management consulting. 

The aims of the Journal are to:

Catalogue

Full Issues

Individual Papers

How You Can Contribute

You can find full details on how to submit your article in the Author Guidelines but in summary if you’re inspired to contribute please contact journal editor Dr. Simon Haslam at editor@managementconsultingjournal.com and copied to simon@researching.co.uk with ‘Management Consulting Journal’ in the subject header for guidance around your idea. Please note that articles must not have been previously published, nor be in submission to any other journal (printed or electronic).

Upon receipt of your article it will be reviewed by our Editorial Board who will determine which articles will be taken forward to publication, and will provide feedback to the authors of all submissions.

The Management Consulting Journal does not pay for articles.

ISSN: 2631-987X

Editor and Editorial Board

Management Consulting Journal is supported by Institute of Consulting and FMR Research Ltd.

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The Journal’s acting editor is Dr. Simon Haslam. Simon is Chair of the ICMCI’s (International Council of Management Consulting Institute’s) global network of Academic Fellows in management consulting, and director of the consulting and research firm FMR Research. Simon is also a Visiting Fellow at Durham University Business School.

The editorial board consists of senior figures in management consulting, academics, and practitioners. The role of the editorial board is to help peer-review articles at the editor’s request. Current board members are listed below – please note they are not representing their organisations in this role.

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ISSN: 2631-987X