Organisational Studies and Innovation Review

P-ISSN 2059-2256

E-ISSN 2059-2264

The primary purpose of the Organisational Studies and Innovation Review (OSIR) is to publish scholarly research papers from various fields in business and management studies. As it is implied in the title of the journal, OSIR calls for original papers on any business or management topic or discipline which challenges traditional wisdom.

Moreover, OSIR is mainly focused on publishing research that systematically tests theories about organisational studies, culture, leadership, effectiveness, organisational behaviour and the social sciences. OSIR will consider for publication systematic reviews, conceptual papers, and research papers on all aspects of business and management.

Organisational Studies and Innovation Review (OSIR) is a scholarly and double blind peer reviewed journal. OSIR is committed to promoting the advancement of organisational studies and innovation around the world. Please download the template.

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CURRENT ISSUE | Volume 4 /2018 | Issue 3

 Title and Authors Pages Size  Paper
Conceptualisation and Operationalisation of Entrepreneurial Opportunities in Theory and Practice of Management SciencesMarek Matejun 1-16 297KB
The Effect of Agile Process and Scrum Practices on the Rework and Defect Level of E-services - Edgaras Afarjanc
17-45 745KB  
Factors Causing Operational Flexibility Needs in an Uncertain Business Environment - Pervez Akhtar and Justyna Dylik
46-53 319KB

 

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