Aims & Scope

Universal Journal of Operations and Management (UJOM) publishes articles on organizational, managerial, and individual decision-making, from both normative and descriptive perspectives. The objective of the journal is to disseminate knowledge for improving industrial practice and to strengthen the theoretical base necessary for supporting sound decision-making. Each regular paper published in UJOM must make a clear contribution to the science and practice of operations management and include a discussion of the potential of the research for advancing operations management theory as well as its applications. 

Some keywords for the UJOM include, but are not limited to:

  • Sustainable Operations & Supply Chain Management,
  • Lean Management, Quality Management & Operations Excellence,
  • Innovation & New Product Development,
  • Operations & Supply Chain Strategy,
  • Logistics & Supply Chain Management,
  • Purchasing & Strategic Sourcing,
  • Global Operations & Supply Chains,
  • Service Operations,
  • Big Data & New Technologies,
  • Behavioural Operations Management,
  • Risk Management and Resilience,
  • Performance Measurement.

The mission of UJOM is to publish original, empirical operations and management research and to make all articles accessible to readers interested in operations management, ranging from planning, organizing, and supervising in the contexts of production, manufacturing, or service provision, as well as academic research sectors in the national economy, using creatively effective methods to solve practical problems. All articles submitted will be peer-reviewed and published as Open Access articles.