There are over 2 million journal articles published in around 30,000 academic journals every year. But data shows that, on an average, only about 10 people will read a peer-reviewed paper completely. A lot of the insights, derived from these cutting-edge research papers, never reach the audience they can benefit from, and Management Practice Insights (MPI) is an attempt to bridge this gap.
MPI is an open-access journal that seeks to provide actionable, evidence-based insights to managers and business leaders worldwide. The aim of MPI is to publish articles, inspired by recent, top-tier academic research, which highlight how these academic insights have practical implications for managers.
Every article in this journal puts the spotlight on a current managerial challenge and provides insights on how managers can approach the issue by citing real-world success stories and cautionary tales. The articles aim to translate the academic-speak into bare-bones insights which can be used by managers.
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