Among the aims of the journal is also the desire to build a bridge between the latest psychological developments and management issues: the spectrum includes topics such as the handling of social media, post-covid strategies in employee development and the use of virtual reality trainings. In the various contributions, care will be taken to ensure that the focus is always on close psychological interaction with management topics. This means that the respective topic will be embedded in the current state of psychological research and examined with empirical-psychological procedures.
We are proud to start with a wide range of co-authors and editors from management and business fields.

What are we discussing?

➣ Strategies and success factors
➣ Planning and decision-making aids for managers
➣ Development of practical solutions for future policies
➣ Methods for successful planning and implementation
➣ Reflection on the role of stakeholders, media and associations
➣ Including the consequences and burdens of change
➣ Reflecting the current state of discussion and research
➣ Impulses, approaches, concepts and models
➣ Research cooperations, networks and conferences

Tasks of strategic corporate policy:

Development of long-term goals and visions for the company.
Identification and exploitation of strategic opportunities
Risk assessment and management
Resource allocation and optimisation

Change management in society and politics:

Adapting to social, political and economic changes
Promoting innovation and change
Addressing challenges such as globalisation and digitalisation
Building flexibility and adaptability

Role of actors, stakeholders, interest groups and media:

Influencing strategic decision-making through different perspectives and interests.
Dialogue and collaboration with different stakeholders
Building partnerships and networks
Communication and reputation protection through targeted media management

Consequences and burdens of innovations and changes:

Resistance and acceptance problems among employees and other stakeholders
Changes in work processes and structures
Costs and investments associated with change
Risk of failure and loss of market share

Sustainable management and development:

Consideration of environmental, social and economic aspects.
Adoption of environmentally friendly practices and technologies
Inclusion of CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) and ethics
Promoting long-term value creation and resource conservation

European management and the future of the European Community:

Promoting cooperation and integration between European countries
Addressing challenges such as Brexit and other political changes
Promoting a common economic space and trade relations
Promoting innovation and research for a sustainable future in Europe and USA