The RJM's mission is to help transform management theory into practice in management. RJM aims to explain realistic solutions to organizational challenges and difficulties.

Professionals, academics, researchers, and managers.

RJM publishes papers that can explain how theory can be put into practice or describe leading management practices that enable company efficiency. It will follow a jargon-free style that is pragmatic and easy to read. RJM will support articles that establish structures and identify procedures that help translate specific principles and theories into organizational behavior. The journal will also publish rigorously collected case studies of businesses detailing ways of doing things ||best practice|| and illustrate important problems and ways of applying these activities to other organizations.

  • Company financing, accounting
  • Creating orientation for marketing
  • Creativity instillation
  • De-layering, reorganization
  • Developing/leveraging core competencies
  • Enhancement/Management of company processes
  • Globalization management and foreign market
  • Management of quality, continuing progress
  • Management of small/family businesses, intra/entrepreneurship
  • Managing chains of supply
  • Managing improvement and learning
  • Managing motivation/pressure/stress in the workplace
  • Managing relationships in industry
  • Practices in E-management
  • Regulation of the government on entrepreneurship

Dr. R. Muralidharan, M.Sc.,M.Phil., MCA., Ph.D.
Rathinam College of Ars and Science
Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India

Head of the Department-Management Studies,
Rathinam College of Arts and Science
Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India

Mr. Ravianandan P Associate Professor,
Department of Science and Humanities,
Rathinam Technical Campus

Mrs, Jesee Francis, Associate Professor,
Department of Science and Humanities,
Rathinam Technical Campus.

A few basics for publication in this journal

  • The papers submitted may not have been published earlier or are currently being considered for publication elsewhere.
  • Conference papers can only be submitted if the paper has been fully re-written (more details are available here) and if it has been previously copyrighted, the author has cleared all required permissions with the owner of the copyright.
  • In this journal, briefs and study notes are not written.
  • All our papers go through a process of double-blind analysis.

Submission process

All articles for this journal must be submitted to [email protected].