CMI Management Articles of the Year - Rate Articles
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The Chartered Management Institute (CMI) is launching a new initiative to bring the best research on management topics from universities and business schools in the UK to managers in the workplace, working in collaboration with British Academy of Management, the Advanced Institute of Management Research, the Association of Business Schools, and the British Library.
This innovative initiative is sponsored by John Wiley and Sons Ltd, one of the world’s leading business publishers.
Welcome to the CMI Management Articles of the Year
This initiative encourages and recognises relevant, accessible academic writing and by bringing it to the attention of practising managers ensures that management knowledge from academics reaches a wider audience. Our aim is to recognise and celebrate the best management articles from UK business schools.
As a CMI member you are well-placed to judge what is of practical value. We are offering you the opportunity to read, rate and comment on the articles online via CMI’s portal. Every month members who contribute a rated comment will be automatically entered into a draw for a new management book published by John Wiley and Sons Ltd, the sponsors of this initiative. Login to read the latest submissions and to post us your comments.
A selection of the highest rated articles will be added to CMI’s collection of the Best UK Management Articles that will made available online via CMI’s website and the British Library’s Management & Business Studies Portal.
Join our Practitioner Member Panel
Access the best, most relevant and newest thinking coming out of our universities from a practitioner perspective
Have your say in the definitive review of research writing aimed at practicing managers that uniquely is judged by practising managers
Be entered automatically into a prize draw to win one of the latest management books published by John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Raise your profile in our community of managers
Help universities improve the relevance of research into management topics by providing feedback
Help shape the research agenda.
Reviewing an article should not be an onerous task. The articles are short (approximately 2,500 words) and we would expect your assessment to be no longer than 200 words.
We are looking for practising CMI members who are prepared to:
Provide unbiased, impartial assessments
Follow the review guidelines (see below)
Commit to assessing at least one article every 8 weeks