The list of the Organizational Management group Journal exists for the discussion and dissemination of computational and analytical methods in Organizational Management. The main emphasis of papers should be on methods and new techniques, or the application of existing techniques in a novel way. Whilst papers with immediate application to particular management problems are welcome, With transition from the Industrial Revolution, instrumental attitude to human work force has declined. The personnel of the professional organizations have turned to the main directors of the work stream and organization' partners; therefore, not only should the managers have the advantage of leadership skills, but also the employees need to learn procedures so as to proceed towards the leadership itself. To acquire these features, an organization must empower its most important and competitive source and instrument that is its human resources. Using traditional management approaches results in blocking the sense of innovation of employees, an increase of the amount of work and creating limitations for them. On the other hand, complete freedom of the employees causes chaos and disruption in work affairs. Both circumstances may result in misuse of an organization's material and spiritual resources, thus it will not attain its intended effectively. Empowering the employees establishes necessary equilibrium between the two stated dimensions. In fact, empowerment is a tool that aligns individual and organizational goals and makes the employees believe that the organization's growth and progress will follow their interests.
Last date updated on July, 2014