Aims & ScopeBeyond the Project Horizon Journal of the Center for Project Management Innovation welcomes manuscripts focusing on the intradisciplinary and interdisciplinary research of innovative project management and project management that address contemporary national and international issues. Examples of desirable submissions include, but are not limited to:
- Original empirical research that addresses critical theoretical, empirical, or methodological gaps in the literature
- Research that informs data-driven organizations are focusing on strategic and innovative developments
- Research that provides relevant information for researchers, project managers, and innovators on innovative practices in business acumen, project teams, and team leadership through innovative approaches and decision making
- Efforts that are the result of interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary collaboration
- Full-length empirical articles: Comprehensive reports of findings of quantitative, qualitative, or mixed design research studies.
- Brief empirical articles: Succinct summaries of findings from quantitative, qualitative, or mixed design research studies of minimal scope (e.g., pilot studies)
- Comprehensive literature reviews: Articles providing a summary and analysis of the body of existing research on a topic
- Book reviews: Review books relevant to the disciplines
- Scholarly essays: This section is for non-research but scholarly and academic insights related to innovative project management or project management disciplines. These essays can be reports of innovative practice, descriptions of new techniques, or other scholarly writing about project management and project management disciplines. Such essays should be written in a scholar-practitioner voice that speaks to a knowledgeable audience
- Student research: Empirical articles or literature reviews which the first author initiated and completed in an undergraduate or graduate degree program
Scholars, innovative project managers, and graduate students are invited to submit their manuscripts for publication. Serval types of articles are published in Beyond the Project Horizon Journal of the Center for Project Management Innovation.