New Journal: Strategic Leadership Review

I am proud to announce our latest project, a new journal called Strategic Leadership Review. Strategic Leadership Review (SLR) is an open-access, refereed journal that features articles focused on the practical application of leadership research and theory. SLR publishes theoretical or conceptual papers on a variety of topics relevant to organizational leaders. We will publish each edition quarterly, with the next edition slated to publish in December 2011.

The first edition of SLR includes an article on catastrophic failure from Michael Petty, and an article on the umwelt of followership from Jeff Suderman. It also includes an article written by myself, entitled No Toby’s Allowed: Mandates and Strategies to take HR Global. This article was a finalist for the 2011 Ram Charan Essay Contest put on my the National Academy of Human Resources. I didn’t win, but consider it an absolute honour to finish in the Top 8 of this prestigious contest

Each of the authors, especially myself, would love to hear your thoughts on these published articles. If you do have an article you would like us to consider in subsequent editions, please review the Call for Papers and submit your article through the directions posted there.


About Tim Vanderpyl
I am a student of leadership and human resources, and I'm blogging to share some of my thoughts and ideas with readers. I'm a CHRP (Certified Human Resource Professional) at a large healthcare organization, a graduate of Regent University's Doctor of Strategic Leadership program, and lover of the life that God has gifted me with.

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