Special issue for Journal of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering
Innovation management and emerging operational strategies: recent trends, challenges, and applications
With the ever-increasing progress of human societies, businesses have become more specialized, dynamic, and complex. In the past, business owners (who were also generally considered system managers) could manage the system by mastering their specialized knowledge, while in today's societies, this is impossible. Carrying out operations (production or service) has become so complicated that it requires scientific, efficient, and practical strategies while involving various complementary specialties. Today, in large organizations, managers and engineers, psychologists, financial, marketing, research and development consultants, etc., come to organizations' aid and support them to maintain survival or progress. In small organizations, managers have realized that they can improve their current situation by using the consulting services of experts. In this regard, the role of applied and developmental research conducted by researchers has solved many problems for organizations. Nevertheless, the characteristics of the modern world have put numerous challenges in front of managers, which require more attention from experts.
With the globalization of systems, increasing environmental uncertainty, a more complex business environment, and a significant increase in competition, dynamic systems require operational strategies to face the above challenges. These strategies may be in the fields of decision-making, planning, financial and accounting management, human resource management, and other matters related to organizations. Due to the advancement of technology at the global level, companies and organizations felt a more important requirement to properly integrate and communicate technical and engineering skills with management and business principles. Engineering management, also known as the principles of engineering in business, seeks to analyze and investigate various real problems in the economic, managerial, and commercial fields by applying the principles and foundations of management science together with engineering knowledge. This special issue focuses on challenges, developments and innovations, and operational strategies in business.
Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:
- Development and modification of mathematical modeling in management systems
- Computational modeling in economic and financial complex systems
- Multilevel modeling techniques
- Managerial Accounting
- Complexity in data-driven models
- Strategic management
- Intelligent decision making
- Measurements in information-theoretic concepts
- Human resource management
- System analysis methods
- Measurement of Performance in Emerging Economies and New Leaders
- Operations Management and Health Systems
- Innovation, knowledge and digitalization
- Competitiveness Index
- Risk assessment and credit analysis
- Business and Information Technology
- Efficiency Analysis for Manufacturing and Engineered Systems
1- Seyyed Ahmad Edalatpanah (Lead Guest Editor)
Department of Applied Mathematics, Ayandegan Institute of Higher Education, Tonekabon, Iran. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
2- Mohsen Imeni
Department of Accounting, Ayandegan Institute of Higher Education, Tonekabon, Iran.( email@example.com)
3- Sapan Kumar Das
Department of Revenue, Ministry of Finance, India (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Submissions for the special issue will be open between 1st December 2022 and 30th September 2023.
Provisional publication date: end of 2023.