Aims and Scope

The Journal was launched with the intention to make available quality research output in the field of productivity management particularly at postgraduate level, and thereby, to promote common knowledge of management. Hence, expert researchers at different universities investigating various productivity management issues are invited to submit the results of their research studies after organizing them based on the Author Guidelines. Other aims pursued by the Journal include:  

  1. Expanding the frontiers of knowledge in the area of the science of management,
  2. Dissemination and development of the science of productivity management in both theory and practice,
  3. Examining the topics and challenges of productivity management and offering strategies,
  4. Publication of the theories, findings, patterns as well las the theoretical and applied findings in the area of knowledge pertaining to productivity management based on valid research methods,
  5. Expansion of interactional network among the researchers inside and outside Iran.

 

Subject Area of Productivity Management Journal

 

Major Subjects

management and productivity

strategy and productivity

stracture and productivity

leadership and productivity

technology and productivity

industrial and productivity

services and productivity

measurement and analyze productivity

method improvement productivity

knowledge and productivity

Improvement process and productivity

Human Resource and productivity

Sub-topics

Production and operation management

Decision making and Problem solving

Meta Heuristic Analytics

Data Envelopment  Analysis

Quality Management and Statistical Quality Control

Time and Motion Study

Preventive & Maintenance Management

Industrial Strategic Management  and Operational Strategy

Production and Inventory  Management

Location and Layout

Business Process Management

Technology  Management

Performance Management : Quantitative Approach

Soft OR

System Dynamics and systems Modeling

Industrial Strategic Management  and Operational Strategy