Industrial Management welcomes feature articles that focus on current management issues, developments, challenges, problems, and solutions. The material should offer significant insight or assistance to readers, who are executives, department heads, operating managers, industrial engineers, and those aspiring to management positions.
Articles based on experience and hands-on operating situations and those that illustrate valuable applications in a working environment will be favored. Highly theoretical and statistical articles are discouraged. Articles should be clearly written and readily understandable, though authors may assume that readers have knowledge of industrial engineering concepts and have management experience.
Costing and Cost Control
Cycle Time Reduction
Ergonomics and Human Factors
Forecasting, Planning, and Scheduling
Human Resource Issues
Management of Technology
Organizational Behavior & Change
Return on Investment
Statistical Process Control
Supply Chain Management
Theory of Constraints
World Class Strategies
Articles submitted to Industrial Management should be offered on an exclusive basis and limited to 3,500 words. Articles will be edited for publication, and all editorial changes will be made solely at the discretion of the editor. Members of the editorial staff may contact authors for clarifications of fact or intent. The editor makes the final decision about whether to accept or reject an article.
IIE publishes several periodicals. If the editor determines that your submission is more appropriate for another of our periodicals, your article may be published in a periodical other than Industrial Management. Under these circumstances, the editor will attempt to obtain your permission before publication, though this is not always possible. Authors are encouraged to include supporting illustrations (graphs, charts, tables, and photographs) with articles.
E-mail submissions to Michael Hughes.