The Asia Pacific Journal of Management publishes original manuscripts on management and organizational research in the Asia Pacific region, encompassing Pacific Rim countries and mainland Asia. APJM focuses on the extent to which each manuscript addresses matters that pertain to the most fundamental question: "What determines organization success?" We seek to publish empirical or conceptual research which improves a broad understanding of this issue. APJM endeavors to be the major vehicle for exchange of ideas and research among management scholars within or interested in the broadly defined Asia Pacific region.
Key features include:
- Rigor - maintained through strict review processes, high quality global reviewers, and Editorial Advisory and Review Boards comprising prominent researchers from many countries.
- Relevance - maintained by its focus on key management and organizational trends in the region.
- Uniqueness - being the first and most prominent management journal published in and about the fastest growing region in the world.
- Official affiliation - Asia Academy of Management
- For more information, visit the AAOM website: http://www.aaom.asia/
Officially cited as: Asia Pac J Manag100% of authors who answered a survey reported that they would definitely publish or probably publish in the journal again
- Chi Sum Wong
- Publishing model
- Hybrid (Transformative Journal). Learn about publishing Open Access with us
- 3.064 (2019)
- Impact factor
- 4.005 (2019)
- Five year impact factor
- 20 days
- Submission to first decision
- 457 days
- Submission to acceptance
- 231,938 (2020)
Feedback-seeking from team members increases employee creativity: the roles of thriving at work and mindfulness
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Family incivility and instigated workplace incivility: How and when does rudeness spill over from family to work?
Can psychological capital reduce stress and job insecurity? An experimental examination with indian evidence
In this special issue, we invite scholarly contributions that focus on questions that investigate how to organize an organization for responsible innovation in Asia. Adding to policy issues and digital transformation related to innovation, this special issue also aims to explore governance issues related to responsible innovation in Asia.
Springer and the Asia Pacific Journal of Management are pleased to announce the recipients of the most recent awards.
It is with deep gratitude that we mark the publication of the Special Issue on Familial Organizations and International Business and celebrate the extraordinary scholarship and intellectual generosity of Mike Wright, who passed away in late 2019, shortly after the articles for this issue were completed.
In this special issue, we call for research to shed light on diversity issues and practices in minorities to extend our knowledge in this field of research as well as to better integrate minorities at workplaces in the Asian setting.
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