California Management Review
California Management Review is a premier academic management journal published at UC Berkeley
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CMR Insights is a new online platform for the latest in management thinking. It's free-to-access by everyone.
Like our published articles, CMR Insights offer advice for better ways of doing business, examining topics with an eye for both theory and practical application. We created this platform to give authors, researchers, and practitioners a quick glimpse into new topics and emerging frontiers in the field of management.
The focus of the platform is on timeliness, breadth, and practitioner relevance, and it serves to complement the California Management Review, which publishes research that is peer-reviewed.
Submission is open to current faculty, alumni, executives, MBA and PhD candidates, and motivated members of the general public with an interest in promoting better business practice. Other formats apart from those included above will be considered. Please note that all submissions should seek to provide guidance to practicing managers with a strong attention to current management scholarship.
If you are interested in submitting a piece to CMR Insights, please prepare a document and fill in our Online Submission Form. When submitting, you will be asked to include contact information for the lead author. If your submission has multiple authors, co-author information can be included on a title page in the manuscript document. A file upload feature is embedded on the submission form; .docx and PDF submissions are preffered. To upload a document, you will need a valid Google account. All submissions will be evaluated by our editorial team, who will respond by email within 5-7 business days. Accepted pieces will be posted to our website on a rolling weekly basis. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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