About the Journal

The RADS Journal of Business Management is a double-blind peer-reviewed open-access journal that seeks contributions from four sister specialties of management sciences i.e., "Accounting & Finance, Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management, Marketing", Economics, and Interdisciplinary contributions of these disciplines.

At RADS Journal of Business Management, our mission is to serve as an inspiration of scholarly excellence and innovation in the field of business management. We are dedicated to fostering rigorous research, critical inquiry, and intellectual discourse that advances theoretical understanding and practical insights in the realms of business strategy, organizational behavior, marketing, finance, human resource management, and beyond. Driven by our passion for excellence and our dedication to the advancement of business scholarship, we aspire to empower individuals and organizations worldwide with valuable insights and actionable knowledge that inspire positive change and drive sustainable growth.

The vision of the RADS Journal of Business Management is to be recognized as a preeminent scholarly publication at the forefront of shaping the future of business management research and practice worldwide. We aspire to be a trusted source of cutting-edge knowledge, insights, and thought leadership that inspires innovation, drives positive change, and fosters sustainable growth in organizations and society at large. We seek to develop a scholarly community of dedicated researchers, practitioners, and policymakers who collaborate, exchange ideas, and push the boundaries of knowledge in pursuit of addressing complex challenges and seizing emerging opportunities in the dynamic landscape of business management.

Aims and Scope
RADS Journal of Business Management is dedicated to advancing the understanding of business management theory, practice, and application. We provide a platform for researchers, academics, practitioners, and policymakers to disseminate their innovative research findings, practical insights, and theoretical perspectives across various domains of business management.

The journal welcomes contributions from diverse disciplines within the broader field of business management, including but not limited to:

Business Strategy and Policy: Exploration of strategic management theories, frameworks, and practices aimed at enhancing organizational performance, competitiveness, and sustainability.

Organizational Behavior and Leadership: Examination of individual and group behavior within organizations, leadership theories, styles, and practices, as well as organizational culture, change management, and employee engagement.

Marketing Management: Analysis of marketing strategies, consumer behavior, branding, market segmentation, digital marketing, and other contemporary issues in the field of marketing management.

Financial Management: Studies on financial decision-making, corporate finance, investments, risk management, financial markets, and financial performance evaluation.

Human Resource Management: Research on talent management, recruitment, training and development, performance appraisal, employee relations, diversity, and inclusion in the workplace.

Operations Management: Investigations into supply chain management, logistics, quality management, process optimization, operations strategy, and sustainability in operations.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Exploration of entrepreneurial behavior, start-up strategies, innovation management, technology entrepreneurship, and entrepreneurial ecosystems.

We encourage interdisciplinary and cross-functional research that addresses contemporary challenges and opportunities facing businesses and organizations in today's globalized and rapidly changing business environment.

Our aim is to foster collaboration, dialogue, and knowledge exchange among scholars, practitioners, and policymakers, thereby facilitating the translation of research insights into actionable strategies and best practices that drive organizational success and societal impact.

Subject Areas
RADS Journal of Business Management publishes original research in the subject areas of human resource management, marketing management, operations management, entrepreneurship, business ethics, international business, corporate governance, innovation management, and other interlinked areas. The research includes original research articles, case studies, and review articles that contribute to the understanding of various aspects of business management. The journal covers a wide range of topics mentioned above but not limited to it.

Distinctive Features

  • OJS as Journal Management System
  • DOI of your articles
  • Open access
  • Double-blind peer-review from two or more experts
  • Proofreading, reference checking, and formatting services
  • Acceptance letter
  • International circulation
  • Submission in online repositories
  • No Publication Fee or Article Processing Charges