Business Management is a field which is hard to characterize succinctly. However, there is fairly general agreement that it is informed by scientific ideas and concepts, in the broadest sense, that it centrally employs model-building, that its models are based on empirical data, and that it is, or should be, a practical discipline, aimed at supporting management activity in all its forms and contexts. Business analytics is closely related to management science. It refers to the use of data as well as statistical methods and models to support the process of making business decisions. This module provides general knowledge about business analytics and management science with the emphasis on their practice. It also provides a basic knowledge of how to manage business analytics and management science processes. The module introduces the basics of decision analysis as an example of a business analytics and management science method. Malaysian Journal of Business Management (MJBM) accept submissions which are theoretical and empirical in all categories of business such as e-business, general management, international business, strategy, marketing, supply chain management, organization studies, entrepreneurship, enterprise, innovation and human resource management. This list is not meant to be exhaustive, but rather an indication of the areas of concern of the journal.
Aims & Scope
Malaysian Journal of Business Management (MJBM) submissions on the basis that the material has not been published elsewhere. We also aim to develop a journal that will appeal to both business and management practitioners. On that basis, papers that include practical applications to any business and management field are welcomed. The journal is published in both print and online versions. The online version is free access and download.
The journal focuses on the following topics:
Human Resource Management
Information Technology Management
Production & Operations Management
Management Research Methods and Managerial Economics, etc.