The journal seeks to create a learning lab and collaborative intellectual community for the representation of board and innovative angles. Above all, the goal is to provide spaces for open dialogue on great research stories and the sources of foundational meaning in an interconnected systems thinking approach to scholarship, practice, and thought exploration.
Scope of the journal
The journal audience includes policy makers, researchers, educators, business leaders, activists, spiritual leaders, and community change agents. The journal’s orientation has a distinct understanding that the most complex problems cannot be solved through the lens of a singular academic discipline. As a result, the journal seeks innovative conceptual papers supported by academic literature or applied research papers. These papers should have an intention to share knowledge or ideas that improve dialog, conflict, people, programs, organizations, policies, practices, or processes that lie specifically in the topical areas of Business, Human Resources, Management, Organizational Behavior, Leadership, Quality Management, Diversity, Race, Poverty, Cultural Studies, Spirituality, Community Development, Sustainability, Environmental Studies, Social Justice, Conflict Management, Restorative Justice, Mindfulness, Public Policy, Public Administration, Applied Psychology, Counseling, Sociology, Public Health, Nursing, Health Administration, Education, Teaching, Training, and Learning.
This journal views scholarship in several important frameworks including:
· Scholarship is about both teaching and learning.
· Scholarship explores many interconnected domains.
· Scholarship has an experiential origin.
· Scholarship is practice-oriented.
· Scholarship is conceptual
· Scholarship is analytical
· Scholarship is about people
· Scholarship is about complex organizations
· Scholarship is about an exploration of
· Scholarship can drive change