British Journal Of Knowledge Management And Innovation (BJKMI)

Editor in Chief:    Dr. Kinchuz Shaw

ISSN Online:

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Publication Frequency:    4 issues per year (Quarterly)

Area of Publication:    Knowledge Management & Innovation

Subscription Price:    £ 300

  • About the journal

    British Journal Of Knowledge Management And Innovation (BJKMI) is published by Academy of Scientific And Applied Research (ASAAR) Journals. ASAAR is a unique global forum that brings together people from across the world to discuss the key issues relating to the essential information resource for today's knowledge managers.

    BJKMI provides a unique focus on is a peer-reviewed publication dedicated to the exchange of the latest academic research and practical information on all aspects of managing knowledge in organizations. The journal publishes original research and case studies by academic, business and government contributors on strategies, tools, techniques and technologies for Knowledge Management. The focus of this journal is on the identification of innovative Knowledge Management strategies and the application of theoretical concepts to real-world situations.

    The journal strives to bridge the gap between academia and practice, hence it also publishes viewpoints from practitioners, case studies and research notes of emerging trends of cutting edge topics are also welcome.

    Readers will benefit from reports on the latest findings, new initiatives and cutting edge methodologies. Readers around the globe will have a greater understanding of the cultural orientation of business in the international market and will be kept up to date with new insights of upcoming trends. 

    The objective of ASAAR is to promote the exchange of knowledge, experience, information and ideas among academicians, scholars, professionals, policy & decision makers, industry, executives and students to improve the mutual understanding of the aspects of marketing, role of marketing managers in achieving sustainable development and growth of organizations all over the world.


  • Aims

    ASAAR aims as a forum for academics, practitioners and policymakers from around the world to exchange concepts, research, and best practices about knowledge management and innovation. The journal aims to integrate the study of these disciplines to achieve best practices and skills which helps to stimulate debate amongst scholars, researchers, practitioners and policymakers across the world with a view to defining common, effective responses to tomorrow’s challenges.

    ASAAR encourages Guest Editors to submit proposals for Special Issues addressing specific issue(s) of the broad theme of the journal or resulting from relevant conferences. ASAAR will also consider themed special issues with a focus on a particular country or a region.


  • Distinctive Features

    The objectives of the BJKMI are to develop, promote and coordinate the development and practice of innovation and learning. The BJKMI aims to help professionals working in the field, academic educators and policy-makers to contribute, to disseminate knowledge, and to learn from each other’s work. The international dimension is emphasized in order to overcome cultural and national barriers and to meet the needs of accelerating technological change and changes in the global economy.

    ASAAR is an outstanding forum in which innovation and learning research will find a significant outlet and where results can be shared across institutions, governments, researchers and students, and also industry:

    • Up-to-date, leading edge research to keep you ahead in the area of innovation and learning
    • Practical guidance on ways to achieve great effectiveness and efficiency in areas such as online new product development (NPD), Web-based innovation, Web-based knowledge management, and e-learning planning
    • In-depth analysis and interpretation to advance our understanding and provide a framework for further study of innovation and learning

    International coverage which allows us to share information and knowledge and insight on a worldwide scale.


  • Key Benefits 

    As a subscriber to the Journal of Knowledge Management, you will be able to:

    • Advance your understanding of knowledge management as an organizational core competency.
    • Learn how to put knowledge management to work to gain competitive advantages.
    • Explore implementation techniques via case studies.
    • Share knowledge through debate and information exchange.
    • Find out how to overcome the main barriers to knowledge management.
    • Benchmark your current knowledge management practices against best practice organizations.
    • Develop a research agenda to inform policy making and management decisions.
    • Assess new directions in knowledge management.


  • Publishes

    • Original and applied research which critically examines the inter-relationship between the natural, the governmental, the economic and the social dimensions of our world and how knowledge management can be the best replacement of outdated management roles and  contribute to smart solutions and innovation.
    • Fundamental and applied research on all aspects of KM and innovation aspects
    • Explores behavioral and managerial issues relating to all aspects of KM and innovation, and of individual and organization development, from a global perspective.
    • General and technical reviews of topical and/or controversial subjects which inform and stimulate debate.
    • Conceptual or case studies which highlight the role of KM, organizational behavior to attain continuous development in organization to retain innovativeness.
    • Literature review or viewpoint on a particular topic or trend.


  • Editorial Criteria

    • The journal supports interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary approaches to the knowledge management and innovation and encourages original thinking which will contribute to knowledge and understanding in these areas.
    • Articles based on empirical work are strongly encouraged, as are conceptual papers which are founded on a strong literature base and which provide a basis for theoretical development to advance the field.
    • There is no methodological preference: papers on the continuum from quantitative data-based studies to qualitative case studies are equally welcome.
    • The journal's focus is on the interpretation of research and how the results of research may be translated into practice.


  • Key Journal Audiences

    • Academics and researchers in the field at universities and business schools
    • Chief executives
    • Managing directors
    • Chief knowledge officers
    • Information technology directors and managers
    • Strategic development and planning managers
    • Consultants
    • Quality managers and directors
    • Human resource managers and directors
    • Intellectual asset managers
    • Benchmarking managers
    • Libraries and information centers serving the needs of the above
    • Professionals
    • Researchers
    • IT Managers
    • Business & Nonprofit Organizations


  • Subject coverage includes

    The journal recognizes the dynamic impact of knowledge management and innovation to the international arena. An in-depth understanding of the latest trends and developments is imperative for firms and organizations to arm themselves with competitive advantages in the 21st century.

    The journal addresses a broad range of topics which are relevant to organizations and reflective of knowledge management and innovation. Papers can address topics theoretically or empirically through either a descriptive or critical approach. BJKMI includes, but is not restricted to:

    • KM aspects and strategies
    • Deployment of knowledge management
    • Developing an appropriate culture and communication strategy
    • Integrating learning and knowledge infrastructure
    • Knowledge management and the learning organization
    • Information organization and retrieval technologies for improving the quality of knowledge
    • Linking knowledge management to performance initiatives
    • Retaining knowledge - human and intellectual capital
    • Using information technology to develop knowledge management
    • Knowledge management and innovation
    • Measuring the value of knowledge already within an organization
    • What lies beyond knowledge management?
    • Innovation-driven learning in commerce, continuous improvements
    • Organizational learning and knowledge creation
    • Unlearning and learning for technological innovation
    • Open source and new learning models
    • Knowledge creation in the Internet age, virtual collaboration in the workplace
    • New media and IT choices, web-based tutorials, face-to-face vs. cyberspace
    • New network infrastructures, real-time protocols, and broadband
    • Dynamics of innovation and leaning, resource-based learning and innovation
    • Multimedia synchronization controls
    • Web-based knowledge management planning
    • Technological standardization, 3D technology applications
    • Learner-control issues, retention in online learning
    • IT security in the workplace and on campus
    • Distance learning models and strategies, cross-cultural issues in e-learning
    • Knowledge management and e-NPD


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  • Contact BJKMI

    British Journal Of Knowledge Management And Innovation (BJKMI) is available as part of an online subscription to the ASSAR Journals. For more information, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit the Submission Page on the website.


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