This year, I will be assuming the role of the next Editor-in-Chief for the International Journal of Applied Logistics (IJAL).
My goal is that a professional or manager reading the IJAL should be able to take away an understanding of how they can make a sustained improvement based on effective logistics. In the course of this journey, the IJAL should begin to push further in understanding how new logistics approaches fit within established theoretical frameworks and how frameworks must adapt to evolve accordingly to accommodate new practices and innovations.
Within the journal, I want to maintain a strong sense of application and benefit to those who will apply and use the research.
I’m also keen to hear from postgraduate researchers in logistics and supply chain topics who are keen to publish based on the research that they are undertaking. If this sounds like you – please get in touch.