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IRMJ - Information Resources Management Journal

Information Resources Management Journal 
(IRMJ)

Editor-in-Chief: George Kelley (University of Massachusetts, USA)
Indexed In: Web of Science Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), SCOPUS, Compendex (Elsevier Engineering Index), INSPEC and 40 more indices
Published: Quarterly |Established: 1988
PISSN: 1040-1628
EISSN: 1533-7979
DOI: 10.4018/IRMJ

Description
The Information Resources Management Journal (IRMJ) is an applied research, refereed, international journal providing coverage of challenges, opportunities, problems, trends, and solutions encountered by both scholars and practitioners in the field of information technology management. IRMJ emphasizes the managerial and organizational facets of information technology resources management. Articles published in IRMJ deal with a vast number of issues concerning usage, failure, success, policies, strategies, and applications of information technology in organizations. This journal presents the latest findings and expert opinions of leading information technology managers in various industries.

Topics Covered
The Information Resources Management Journal (IRMJ) seeks original contributions concerning any aspect of information resources management dealing with the development, usage, failure, success, policies, strategies, and applications of this valuable organization resource. The journal invites contributions from both scholars and practitioners involved in research, management, and the utilization of information resources.

Topics should be drawn from, but not limited to, the following areas, with major emphasis on the managerial and organizational aspects of information resource and technology management:

  • Application of IT to operation
  • Artificial intelligence and expert systems technologies and issues
  • Bibliometrics
  • Big data technologies and management
  • Business information systems
  • Business process management and modeling
  • Consumerization of IT
  • Crisis response management
  • Cyber security
  • Data and database management
  • Data integrity
  • Decision support and group decision support systems
  • Digital libraries
  • Digital literacy
  • Distance learning technologies
  • Distributed software development
  • E-collaboration
  • E-participation
  • Electronic and mobile commerce
  • Electronic government
  • Electronic resources
  • Emerging technologies management
  • End user computing issues
  • Enterprise information systems
  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
  • Field Data Capture (FDC)
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
  • Global information technology management
  • Folksonomies
  • Healthcare information technology
  • Human & societal issues in IT management
  • Human resources management
  • Information technology education and training
  • Information technology security and ethics
  • IS/IT education
  • IT governance issues
  • IT innovation and diffusion
  • IT management in the public and private sectors
  • IT management research and practice
  • IT outsourcing
  • IT trust
  • IT/e-business in small businesses
  • Knowledge discovery
  • Knowledge economy
  • Knowledge management
  • Library information systems
  • Metadata management
  • Military informatics
  • MIS re-engineering management
  • Multimedia computing technologies and issues
  • Next-generation systems
  • Object oriented technologies and issues
  • Ontologies
  • Portfolio management
  • Program management
  • Project management
  • Public information management
  • Social networking
  • Software process improvement
  • Standards and standardization issues
  • Strategic planning
  • Supply chain management
  • Systems development and CASE
  • Telecommunications and networking technologies
  • Virtual collaboration
  • Virtual organizations
  • Web services and technologies


In general, we seek original contributions concerning any aspect of information resources management dealing with development, usage, failure, success, policies, strategies, and applications of this valuable organization resource. The journal invites contributions from both scholars and practitioners involved in research, management, and the utilization of information resources.

Mission and Scope
The primary mission of Information Resources Management Journal (IRMJ) is to be instrumental in the improvement and development of the theory and practice of information resources management, appealing to both practicing managers and academics. Also, it educates organizations on how they may benefit from their information resources and discusses the tools utilized to gather, process, disseminate, and manage these valuable resources. The journal publishes original material concerned with all aspects of information resources management, managerial and organizational applications, as well as implications of information technology.

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