CIMR review being a creative dialogue between management academicians and practitioners
and aims at being essential reading for those scholars, policy makers, and management
practitioners interested in growth, change, and innovation in developing societies.
Every issue of the journal carries many features like perspectives, research, interfaces,
colloquium, management case, case diagnosis, book reviews, and abstracts.
Perspectives present emerging issues and ideas that call for action
or rethinking by managers, administrators, and policy makers in organizations.
Research includes research articles that focus on the analysis and
resolution of managerial and academic issues based on analytical and empirical or
Interfaces present articles focusing on managerial applications of
management practices, theories, and concepts.
Colloquium includes debate on a contemporary topic. Both academicians
and practitioners discuss the topic.
Management Case describes a real-life situation faced, a decision
or action taken by an individual manager or by an organization at the strategic,
functional or operational levels.
Diagnoses present analyses of the management case by academicians
and practitioners. The case problems are examined, their causes are analysed, and
issues of relevance are discussed.
Book Reviews covers reviews of current books on management.
Abstracts includes summaries of significant articles of management
interest published in Indian and international journals particularly those focusing
on emerging economies.