Journal of Applied Leadership and Management

The Journal of Applied Leadership & Management is an Open Access Journal that publishes study reports as well as essays in the area of leadership and general management. All reports, articles and book reviews need to have a focus on the application of leadership behavior and management tools in an organizational or entrepreneurial context. The target audiences of the journal are non-scientists (managers) with an intention to develop and grow their scientifically based leadership and management know-how. Therefore, all journal documents need to provide key learning points in order to guide practical leadership and management behavior.

Authors do not receive any payment, but will keep all publishing rights for their articles. Once an author has released his article for the journal, the journal has all rights to publish and distribute the article in any form.

The major language of the journal is English, but there will also be some articles in German to address a wider audience.

The Journal of Applied Leadership & Management will be published in a loose order.

Journal of Applied Leadership and Management, 2014

Table of Contents


Configurations of Management Agreements in Hospitality Industry PDF
Natalie Audrey Balch
Influence of Cultural Factors in Design of a Sino-German Management Accounting System PDF
Birgitta Reuter
E-Sourcing platforms as reasonable marketing tools for suppliers PDF
Martin Göbl, Thomas Greiter
Quality and Value Creation on the Premium Wine Market PDF
Thomas Werdelmann
Operating in Hostile, Harsh and Remote Environment PDF
Daniel Steffen Müller
Equivalent expert career paths in small- and medium-sized companies PDF
Alexander Konz
Bridging the Service Gap - Business Process Redesign & Information Technology as Multidimensional Success Driver for Logistics Service Providers PDF
Martin Göbl, Markus Klaus
Führung oder Management – Was brauchen wir heute? PDF
Katrin Winkler, Henning Bilhuber
The relationship of organizational culture and leadership in the context of SBE organizations PDF
Peter Maier