Engineering Management Journal
EMJ is the quarterly journal of the American Society for Engineering Management. EMJ is designed to provide practical, pertinent knowledge on the management of technology, technical professionals, and technical organizations.
ASEM, EMJ, and Taylor & Francis are very pleased to announce a new publishing partnership beginning in mid-2015. The partnership is a positive step for both parties creating more exposure and ease of discoverability for EMJ through Taylor & Francis’ extensive marketing, online and distribution networks, including full-text search functions, on Taylor & Francis Online. In this partnership, ASEM will maintain leadership and editorial control, while collaborating with T&F in marketing, producing, publishing, distributing, and administering the online workflow and presence of EMJ. This transition will greatly enhance the distribution, visibility, growth of EMJ and also provide additional key benefits for members and authors.
Previous issues of EMJ are available. For those interested in finding articles written by a specific author, use the Comprehensive Index – Author to find the issue details and then use the EMJ Back Issues link to download the issue. For those interested in finding articles on a particular topic, use the Comprehensive Index – Subject to find the issue details and then use the EMJ Back Issues link to download the issue.
Strategic: The processes and tools by which the organization positions itself externally and aligns itself internally. Focus areas include: · Strategic & operations management · Management of design & consulting engineering organizations.
Core: The processes and tools by which the organization produces it products and services for its customers. Focus areas include: · Systems engineering/systems engineering management · Program & project management · Technology management: Research & development, technology transfer, commercialization · Technology management: technology forecasting, emerging technologies · Innovation & new product development.
Enabling: The processes and tools by which the strategic and core processes are supported with the necessary facilities, equipment, personnel, and supporting business functions. Focus areas include: · Organization and work system design · Economics of engineering · Quantitative methods & models · Knowledge & information management · Quality management · Developing engineering management professionals.
Perspectives of the Profession: Articles to provide an evolving historical perspective to the profession. Focus areas include: · Engineering management: Past, present, & future · Books reviews.
EMJ publishes research manuscripts, case studies, tutorials, opinion pieces, and book reviews. All manuscripts are refereed. All manuscripts are subject to editorial review and revision. Submitted papers must not have been copyrighted, nor published, nor accepted for publication, nor be in review for another publication. Copyright for published papers vests in the publisher. To judge the submission's fit with EMJ's mission and goals the referee team evaluates the paper against eleven criteria. The following questions should be used to assist authors in preparing their manuscripts: