Engineering Management Review
About IEEE Engineering Management Review
The IEEE Engineering Management Review (EMR), the TMC's "journal of practice," republishes papers and articles and includes original content that serves those who manage technology, engineering and innovation (including non-engineers); engineers who hold strategic leadership responsibilities (even if outside of the practice of engineering); and upward-bound engineers with an interest in management as a profession.
The intended audience includes those who manage the activities of engineers and other related discipline professionals, technology professionals who hold managerial or strategic leadership responsibilities, upward-bound technology professionals, and other professionals who anticipate or seek to prepare for eventual leadership and strategic responsibilities.
The EMR, as a “journal of practice”, presents state-of-the-art practices and thinking from selected journals like Harvard Business Review, Sloan Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Human Factors and Ergonomics, Management Science, Engineering Management Journal, Research Technology Management, and other management related journals.
Surveys have shown that the EMR is a highly respected and valued journal in providing insights in management of engineering and technology in a worldwide economy. Here is a sample of selected topics in the past five-years:
The EMR is published quarterly. Due to copyright restrictions, reprinted articles cannot be published on the TMC website or in IEEE Xplore, except for the abstracts. However, articles are available through Ask IEEE. In the future the EMR will provide original content, electronic only,
For comments and questions please contact the EMR Editor Paul Bergey.
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