The journal Frontiers in Sustainability recently launched a new section on Sustainable Organizations. This section offers opportunities to publish innovative and challenging papers. Interested researchers can get involved as authors or in other roles.
The journal aims for a holistic view of organizations encompassing operations and production, management and strategy, organizational systems, assessment and reporting, governance, supply chains, recovery/circular economy, change management and innovation, stakeholder engagement, collaboration with other organizations, etc. Each collection may contribute to one or more of these subtopics or to sustainable organizations as a whole. The papers may focus on processes inside and outside the organization, apply a transdisciplinary perspective (going beyond disciplinary silos), and systemic approaches (looking into the system elements and how they inter-relate, for example operations, management, human resources, and change management). Theoretical and empirical papers that are innovative and challenging, and also controversial ones are welcome. The journal aims to create a platform for academic discussions, and encourages authors to build upon published research and provide responses and critiques to other papers.