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Call for Nominations for Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Enterprise Transformation

by INCOSE UMS | Sep 05, 2014

On behalf of the IIE Board of Trustees and INCOSE, this is a call for nominations for the position of editor-in-chief of Journal of Enterprise Transformation.  This position is a four-year, non-renewable term beginning January 1, 2015.
Journal of Enterprise Transformation is an official journal of Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) and International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE ).
Large and complex organizations need to continuously adapt to changes in the global environment, economies, and markets. This adaptation requires solutions that consider the role of organizations, knowledge, information, processes, strategy, and technology. This holistic approach integrates the needs of multiple stakeholders to create value and enable enterprise transformation.
The Journal of Enterprise Transformation (JET) is a quarterly publication designed to provide a forum for original articles on trends, new findings, and ongoing research (both theory and application) related to enterprise transformation. JET brings together interdisciplinary research in management, industrial and systems engineering, information systems, organizational behavior, political science, economics, etc. JET provides a window to the future by publishing advanced thinking around enterprise transformation including:
  • Enterprise change
  • Enterprise architecting
  • Theories of transformation
  • Transformation methodologies
  • Research methods
  • Enterprise modeling and simulation
  • Context-specific case studies of transformation
  • Role of information technology in transformation
  • Enterprise performance measurement
  • Policy considerations
JET is essential reading for professionals and researchers doing enterprise-level planning, managing organizational transformation, or working in related research areas.
Editor-in-Chief Responsibilities
The editor-in-chief is responsible for the technical content and direction of Journal of Enterprise Transformation, oversight of the publication process of the journal and enhancing the visibility and prestige of Journal of Enterprise Transformation. Responsibilities include overall coordination and processing of submissions, reviews, and final copy for the journal's issues; tracking of manuscripts from final copy to publication and preparation and writing of the quarterly “Executive Summaries” department for the IE magazine.
The editor-in-chief will be assisted by the editorial board, the industrial advisory board and the academic advisory board. The position is a voluntary position and a salary is not provided; however, the publisher provides a stipend to carry out editorial functions.
Editor-in-Chief Qualifications
Qualifications for the editor-in-chief of Journal of Enterprise Transformation include:
•       Current member of IIE and/or INCOSE
•       A demonstrated interest in the broad topics covered by the journal
•       A demonstrated record of research, scholarship and application in one or more of the topical areas covered by the journal
•       Prior editorial experience, dedication and enthusiasm for IIE and INCOSE and its journals
•       Ability to effectively and efficiently manage the editorial process.
Further information about the journal can be obtained at the Journal of Enterprise Transformation home page:
Nominations should include a resume of individual qualifications with experience that includes research and research administration. Self-nominations are encouraged. Nominations will be accepted until October 15, 2014.
Please send nominations to:
Donna Calvert
Chief Operating Officer
Institute of Industrial Engineers
3577 Parkway Lane
Suite 200
Norcross, GA. 30092