Journal of Psychological Issues in Organizational Culture

Cover image for Vol. 6 Issue 1

Edited By: Kenneth C. Sherman, PhD

Online ISSN: 2041-8426

General Call for Papers


The Journal of Psychological Issues in Organizational Culture (JPOC), invites you to submit articles for review and possible publication.

 The Journal of Psychological Issues in Organizational Culture is a peer-reviewed journal published by the University of the Rockies and John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Its mission is to showcase the work of the practitioner/scholar in the fields of psychology, organizational development, leadership and behavior. The purpose of the journal is to explore contemporary issues in today’s society which affect the dynamics of the diverse workplaces.

Submission and Review Process:

All manuscripts should be submitted online via Manuscript Central. The journal adheres to a strict double-blind peer review process for feature articles. Reviewers provide collegial support to authors in the interest of creating the best possible manuscripts for readers. Manuscript submissions are reviewed by the editor-in-chief and three consulting editors. The editor-in-chief usually send a decision to the author within six weeks of submission.

JPOC is published four times annually, and although there is no fixed article length, average research papers (including tables and figures) are approximately 5,000 to 8,000 words. The maximum length for a JPOC article is 10,000 words. If you wish to submit a longer manuscript, discuss it with the JPOC managing editor prior to submission.

JPOC will consider literature reviews, experimental studies, survey research and case studies with a scholarly base, emphasizing original work within the following communities of research and practice:

  • Counseling
  • Psychotherapy
  • Health psychology
  • Neuropsychology
  • Assessment
  • Ethics
  • Globalization
  • Management, systems
  • Leadership in the context of organizational culture.
  • Resilience
  • Generations in the Workplace
  • Generation Z
  • LGBTQ
  • Gender Equality
  • Corporate Ethics
  • Sustainability
  • Multiculturalism
  • Indigenous workplace culture
  • Healthy workplaces
  • Toxic leadership

Topics of particular interest include but are not limited to:

  • Anxiety
  •  Addiction
  • Assessment
  •  Diversity
  • Distance Learning
  •  Executive Coaching
  • Leadership
  •  Personality
  • Stress
  •  Technology
  • Violence
  •  Wellness

 

The Most Frequently Read Articles from 2014 include:

Author Guidelines

Detailed author guidelines can be accessed here.

Editorial inquiries and other editorial correspondence should be directed to the managing editor.

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