Information Systems Journals

Titles starting with "O"

Journals are listed alphabetically by title, disregarding 'The', 'Journal of', 'The Journal of', 'The International Journal of' or 'The Electronic Journal of'.


Journal of Object Technology (JOT) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-03]
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Journal of Object Technology (JOT) is an on-line peer-reviewed publication, published six times per year by the ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, aimed at intermediate to advanced practitioners, educators and researchers in the field of object technology. The mission of JOT is to present its readers with timely, well-written, and interesting state-of-the-art papers and special features (columns, book reviews, software reviews) dealing with every aspect of object technology both theoretical and practical. Topics include OOA, OOD, patterns, OODBMS, OO languages, components and case studies. The columns, both guest and regular, are written by recognized specialists and experts in the field.


OMEGA (OMEGA) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-18]
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Omega reports on developments in management, including the latest research results and applications. Original contributions and review articles describe the state of the art in specific fields or functions of management, while there are shorter critical assessments of particular management techniques. Other features of the journal are the "Memoranda" section for short communications and "Feedback", a correspondence column. Omega is both stimulating reading and an important source for practising managers, specialists in management services, operational research workers and management scientists, management consultants, academics, students and research personnel throughout the world. The material published is of high quality and relevance, written in a manner which makes it accessible to all of this wide-ranging readership. The review of material for publication in the journal reflects this aim.


Journal of Online Behavior (JOB) [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-02]
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Ceased publication in 2005.


Online Information Review (OIR) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-08]
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Online Information Review is a refereed journal devoted to the broad field of online information in the academic, corporate, scientific and commercial contexts. It addresses issues related to online sources, systems and services, with a primary focus on online and digital information creation, storage, retrieval and applications. Coverage is intentionally international, with contributions from both developed and developing countries.


Journal of Online Law (JOL) [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-02]
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Ceased publication ~2001.


Online Learning (OL) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-09]
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Online Learning (formerly JALN) promotes the development and dissemination of new knowledge at the intersection of pedagogy, emerging technology, policy, and practice in online and blended environments. The goal of the journal is to bridge theory and practice to advance this evolving field. We invite high quality manuscripts for blind peer-review on a wide variety of topics including but not limited to those that investigate how online environments amplify, shape, and constrain teaching and learning. We welcome submissions that systematically investigate questions around online interaction, collaboration, individualized instruction, multimedia, adaptive environments, blended learning, issues of learning at scale (in both MOOCs and


International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design (IJOPCD) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-12]
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The International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design (IJOPCD) serves as a forum for the improvement of online education for schools and teachers planning to implement, or currently engaged in, e-learning. Focusing on online schooling and curriculum preparation, this journal provides effective Web-based teaching methods for teachers and educators. IJOPCD presents critical viewpoints for academic professionals in the development of online learning.


The Open Information Systems Journal (TOISJ) [Entry Reviewed: 2015-02-16]
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Ceased publication in 2014


Open Journal of Information Systems (OJIS) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-22]
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OJIS aims to provide a forum for sharing and exchanging ideas, experiences and research results among scientists and practitioners of information technologies. We publish regular research papers, short communications, reviews and visionary papers in all aspects of information systems. There is no restriction on the length of the papers. Regular research papers are full original findings with adequate experimental research. They make substantial theoretical and empirical contributions to the research field. Research papers should be written in as concise a style as possible. Short communications reports novel research ideas. The work represented should be technically sound and significantly advancing the state of the art. Short communications also include exploratory studies and methodological articles. Research reviews are insightful and accessible overview of a certain field of research. They conceptualize research issues, synthesize existing findings and advance the understanding of the field. They may also suggest new research issues and directions. Visionary papers identify new research issues and future research directions, and describe new research visions in the field. The new visions will potentially have great impact for the future society and daily life.


The Open Medical Informatics Journal (TOMIJ) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-15]
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The Open Medical Informatics Journal is an Open Access online journal, which publishes Research articles, Reviews and Letters in the field of medical informatics, aiming at providing the most complete and reliable source of information on current developments in the field.


International Journal of Open Source Software & Processes (IJOSSP) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-08]
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The International Journal of Open Source Software and Processes (IJOSSP) publishes high-quality peer-reviewed and original research articles on the large field of open source software and processes. This wide area entails many intriguing question and facets, including the special development process performed by a large number of geographically dispersed programmers, community issues like coordination and communication, motivations of the participants, and also economic and even legal issues. Even beyond this topic, open source software is an example of a highly distributed innovation process led by the users. Many aspects therefore have relevance even beyond the realm of software and its development. In this tradition, IJOSSP also publishes papers on these topics. IJOSSP is a multi-disciplinary outlet, and welcomes submissions from all relevant fields of research and applying a multitude of research approaches.


Journal of the Operational Research Society (JORS) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-11]
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Scope
  • Real applications of OR - forecasting, inventory, investment, location, logistics, maintenance, marketing, packing, purchasing, production, project management, reliability and scheduling
  • A wide variety of environments - community OR, education, energy, finance, government, health services, manufacturing industries, mining, sports, and transportation
  • Technical approaches - decision support systems, expert systems, heuristics, networks, mathematical programming, multicriteria decision methods, problems structuring methods, queues, and simulation


Journal of Operations Management (JOM) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-03]
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The mission of the Journal of Operations Management is to publish original, high-quality research papers in the field of operations management. To be recognized as the leading journal in its field it seeks to:

  1. Further the understanding of operations management by researchers and practitioners;
  2. Advance the knowledge for improving operations management; and
  3. Clarify and advance the role of operations management in the total organization.

The following lists, while not all-inclusive, provide some guidance for the areas of greatest interest to its readers. The first list covers general topic areas, while the second list includes a sample of more specific techniques and approaches.

  • General Topic Area: Operations management in process, manufacturing, and service organizations; Operations strategy and policy; Product and service design and development; Manufacturing and service systems design; Technology management for operations; Multi-site operations management; Capacity planning and analysis; Operations planning, scheduling and control; Project management; Human resource management for operations; Work design, measurement, and improvement; Performance measurement and productivity; Quality management; Purchasing/sourcing systems; Materials and inventory management; Logistics, transportation, distribution, and materials handling; International and comparative operations; Operations information management; Regulatory and environmental issues in operations.
  • Specific Techniques and Approaches: JIT; TQC, SPC, SQC; Flexible manufacturing systems; Group technology; Computer integrated manufacturing (CIM); CAD/CAM; Forecasting; MRP and DRP; Cost accounting for operations management.


Operations Research (OR) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-18]
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The mission of Operations Research is to serve the entire Operations Research (OR) community, including practitioners, researchers, educators, and students. Operations Research, as the flagship journal of our profession, strives to publish results that are truly insightful. Each issue of Operations Research attempts to provide a balance of well-written articles that span the wide array of creative activities in OR. Thus, the major criteria for acceptance of a paper in Operations Research are that the paper is important to more than a small subset of the OR community, contains important insights, and makes a substantial contribution to the field that will stand the test of time.


International Journal of Operations Research (IJOR) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-12]
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International Journal of Operations Research (IJOR) reports on developments in Operations Research, Information Systems, and Management Sciences, including the latest research results and applications. Original contributions and review articles describe the state of the art in specific fields, while there are shorter critical assessments of particular management techniques. IJOR is both stimulating reading and an important source for practicing decision makers, specialists in management services, operational research workers and management scientists, management consultants, academics, students, and research personnel throughout the world. The international dimension is emphasized in order to overcome cultural and national barriers and to meet the needs of accelerating technological change and changes in the global economy.


International Journal of Operations Research and Information Systems (IJORIS) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-22]
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The International Journal of Operations Research and Information Systems (IJORIS) examines current, state-of-the art advances in the interactions, linkages, applications, and support of operations research with information systems. Covering emerging theories, principles, models, processes, and applications within the field, this journal provides practitioners, educators, and researchers with an international collection of all operations research facets.


Operations Research Letters (ORL) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-05]
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Operations Research Letters is a publication for literature on all aspects of operations research and the management and decision sciences. The features distinguishing it from other journals in the field are * concise articles, generally limited to 10 journal pages * extended abstracts of 2 to 4 pages, announcing results without full proofs * rapid review and fast publication * broad coverage of the literature. Apart from the page limitation, originality, relevance, quality and clarity are the only criteria for selecting the material to be published. The journal covers continuous and discrete optimization, stochastic models, and situations with multiple decision makers. The subject matter can be theory, methodology, empirical studies, and applications. The mainstream of contributions focuses on new models, theorems, algorithms, and experimental work that the author wants to disseminate rapidly. We will publish theory and methodology with proofs omitted or only sketched, provided that the author submits support material that enables us to verify the findings. We will also publish computational and experimental studies that are not necessarily based on new theory or methodology, but are of significant scientific value because they confirm or refute prior results. Similarly, we will publish reports on applications and case studies that demonstrate a novel use of existing techniques or contain significant ideas about data collection and analysis, modelling, or implementation.


Journal of Organisational Computing (JOC) [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-02]
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See Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce


Organizacija (Organizacija) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-15]
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Organizacija is an interdisciplinary peer reviewed journal that seeks both theoretically and practically oriented research papers from the area of organizational science, business information systems and human resources management. Topics will be drawn from, but are not limited to, the following areas:

  • organizational theory, development and restructuring of organizations;
  • new and innovative organizational structures and approaches;
  • managerial aspects of quality management;
  • organizational behavior;
  • human resources management;
  • development, restructuring and management of information systems;
  • interorganizational systems, electronic commerce;
  • decision making, decision support.

In particular, we seek papers which cover state-of-art developments in organizational theory and practice, and present new insights that improve our understanding in the subject area of the journal.


Organization Science (OS) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-08-03]
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Organization Science publishes fundamental research about organizations, including their processes, structures, technologies, identities, capabilities, forms, and performance. Research from different disciplines, such as organizational behavior and theory, strategic management, psychology, sociology, economics, political science, information systems, technology management, communication, and cognitive science, is represented in the journal. We welcome research at different levels of analysis, including the organization, the groups or units that constitute organizations, and the networks in which organizations are embedded. Diverse methods and approaches are also welcome. Creative insight often occurs at the boundaries between traditional research approaches and topic areas. The editors are especially interested in manuscripts that break new ground rather than ones that make incremental contributions. In addition to the original research reports that are the core of the journal, we occasionally publish essays in our "Perspectives" section that direct attention to an important new organizational phenomenon or redirect a line of research. We also publish essays in our "Crossroads" section that capture a current debate about organizations. More specifically, Organization Science seeks to publish papers that:

  • start up or redirect a line of inquiry;
  • draw upon multiple disciplines;
  • employ diverse methods, including qualitative, field, survey, archival, laboratory and computational methods;
  • focus on different kinds of organizations, including firms, not-for-profit organizations and voluntary organizations;
  • make a theoretical contribution;
  • provide new empirical findings;
  • achieve genuine integration of theory and data;
  • provide a theoretically-driven review and integration of an important research area;
  • discuss findings in terms of improving organizational performance.


International Journal of Organizational Analysis (IJOA) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-08-03]
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The aim of the International Journal of Organizational Analysis is to provide a robust and discursive forum for the study and analysis of organization. IJOA welcomes historical, contemporaneous and visionary discussions that provide insights into the phenomenon and practice of organization. With concern for the form of organizations, the IJOA seeks studies of, for example, private, public, voluntary, co-operative, military organizational situations. Equally, the journal welcomes explorations of ‘alternative’, emergent and futuristic organizational dimensions and dynamics.

In tandem with these foci, the IJOA invites analyses and commentaries engaging a wide range of disciplinary, inter-disciplinary, methodological, epistemological and ontological perspectives espousing normative and critical positions.

Above all, as an overarching and synthesizing aim, IJOA seeks to publish studies that identify and translate theoretical reflections in terms of their practical impacts and implications on business and society.


Journal of Organizational and End User Computing (JOEUC) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-03]
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The Journal of Organizational and End User Computing (JOEUC) provides a forum to information technology educators, researchers, and practitioners to advance the practice and understanding of organizational and end user computing. The journal features a major emphasis on how to increase organizational and end user productivity and performance, and how to achieve organizational strategic and competitive advantage. JOEUC publishes full-length research manuscripts, insightful research and practice notes, and case studies from all areas of organizational and end user computing that are selected after a rigorous blind review by experts in the field.


Journal of Organizational Behavior (JOB) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-12]
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The Journal of Organizational Behavior aims to publish empirical reports and theoretical reviews of research in the field of organizational behavior, wherever in the world that work is conducted. The journal will focus on research and theory in all topics associated with organizational behavior within and across individual, group and organizational levels of analysis, including:

  • At the individual level: personality, perception, beliefs, attitudes, values, motivation, career behavior, stress, emotions, judgment, and commitment.
  • At the group level: size, composition, structure, leadership, power, group affect, and politics.
  • At the organizational level: structure, change, goal-setting, creativity, and human resource management policies and practices.
  • Across levels: decision-making, performance, job satisfaction, turnover and absenteeism, diversity, careers and career development, equal opportunities, work-life balance, identification, organizational culture and climate, inter-organizational processes, and multi-national and cross-national issues.
  • Research methodologies in studies of organizational behavior.


Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (OBHDP) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-05]
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Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes publishes fundamental research in organizational behavior, organizational psychology, and human cognition, judgment, and decision-making. The journal features articles that present original empirical research, theory development, literature reviews, and methodological advancements relevant to the substantive domains served by the journal. Topics covered by the journal include perception, cognition, judgment, attitudes, emotion, well-being, motivation, choice, and performance. We are interested in articles that investigate these topics as they pertain to individuals, dyads, groups, and other social collectives. For each topic, we place a premium on articles that make fundamental and substantial contributions to understanding psychological processes relevant to human attitudes, cognitions, and behavior in organizations.


Journal of Organizational Change Management (JOCM) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-11]
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Journal of Organizational Change Management offers detailed analysis and discussion on the philosophies and practices which underpin successful organizational change. It seeks to help build more promising futures for the societies and organizations of tomorrow by publishing papers which have been accepted after double-blind review. Successful organizations respond intelligently to factors which precipitate change. Economic climates, political trends, changes in consumer demands, management policy or structure, employment levels and financial resources - all these elements are constantly at play to ensure that organizations clinging on to static structures will ultimately lose out. But change is a dynamic and alarming thing - this journal addresses how to manage it positively, so that employees give their support and the positive goals set are worked towards with enthusiasm. International and interdisciplinary in its approach, the journal offers a wealth of valuable material to the organization committed to the choice for change. Already acknowledged as a leading publication in the field, it presents contributions from distinguished practitioners, thinkers and academics in the field, so that implementing change in your organization will be workable, desirable, and above all, effective. Coverage:

  • Adapting strategic planning to the need for change
  • Leadership research
  • Responsibility for change implementation and follow-through
  • The psychology of change and its effect on the workforce
  • TQM - will it work in your organization?


Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce (JOCEC) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-08]
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The Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce publishes original research articles concerned with the impacts of computer and communication technology on organizational design, operations, and performance. It serves as a forum for stimulating and disseminating research as to the implications of these technologies for organizational structure and dynamics, the technological advances needed to keep pace with organizational changes, and the emerging technological possibilities for improving organizational productivity. The journal's focus is not on computing as it relates to individuals. Theoretical, experimental, and survey research are all appropriate to the Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce. The journal's major editorial areas are enterprise systems, computer-supported cooperative work, groupware, computer-aided coordination, supply chain technologies, interorganizational systems, collaborative commerce, e-commerce, economics of organizational computing, technologies for organizational learning, and behavioral aspects of organizational computing. The refereeing of papers in each of these areas is directed by an Associate Editor. The journal also publishes relevant book reviews, meeting announcements, brief notes, and software reviews.


Electronic Journal of Organizational Virtualness (eJOV) [Entry Reviewed: 2015-08-12]
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Offline as at Feb 2015, still offline at August 2015.

eJOV (Journal of Organizational Virtualness) is an academic journal for theoretical and empirical research related to virtual organizations and networks. eJOV encourages research and debate at the intersection of different disciplines like business administration, economics, information systems, computer science, engineering, or sociology. While eJOV pursues a methodological pluralism, it puts particular emphasis on qualitative and constructive research.


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