At SBS Swiss Business School we believe that managerial success in the 21st century will be related to the capacity to apply business knowledge into practice in a way that can be understood and shared by all the stakeholders of the organization. In order support this idea and contribute to excellence in management skills, SBS Swiss Business School has developed the SBS Journal of Applied Business Research (SBS-JABR). The Journal contributes to the creation of state of the art academic and professional knowledge under a fully international dimension. The journal is based on a peer to peer revision process according to the traditional academic practices.
As a first priority the SBS Journal welcomes high quality papers originated at Universities and Colleges offering D.B.A. Programs, articles can be signed by Professors, lecturers, DBA students, executives, policy makers and administrators in private and public sector, strategists, management consultants and others interested in the field of first class management of postgraduate education.
The SBS Journal of Applied Business Research publishes original research works that deal with any of the specialties relating to the field of Business Management. The Editorial Board has the final responsibility in accepting works, subject to the reviews of two anonymous evaluators with knowledge and interest in the topics submitted to review. The Reviewers Committee is formed by professionals belonging to European, American, African and Asian Universities and B-Schools of well known prestige in their areas of knowledge.
All work must abide by the following technical specifications:
SBS Swiss Business School is committed to promoting sustainability through research, education, outreach and international collaboration. We recognize that sustainability transcends geographic, political, cultural and disciplinary boundaries. To this end, we take our international and multicultural campus community as a model to engage diverse stakeholders in our activities and initiatives.
We encourage the entire SBS community to engage in programs and projects that develop interdisciplinary collaboration as well as strive to “green” the campus and its surrounding neighborhood.
The 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations* (SDG) account for the economic, social and ecological dimensions of sustainable development. SBS Swiss Business School is taking this responsibility seriously and is committed to integrating sustainability as a cross-cutting issue across all areas of the institution.
This includes conducting research that makes a significant contribution to shaping sustainable development; and the transfer of knowledge and skills through teaching activities that enable students to respond appropriately to the challenges of sustainable development.
Authors submitting articles for consideration are encouraged to incorporate into their research, where appropriate, the subject of sustainability. We realize that not all topics lend themselves to a natural link to sustainability issues. Nor are we looking to receive manuscripts solely focused on sustainability goals and programs. However, as sustainability becomes a ‘business as usual’ best practice, the ability to integrate sustainability issues into research papers supports this objective.
* The UN’s SDGs: 1. No poverty, 2. Zero hunger, 3. Good health and well-being, 4. Quality education, 5. Gender equality, 6. Clean water and sanitation, 7. Affordable and clean energy, 8. Decent work and economic growth, 9. Industry, innovation and infrastructure, 10. Reduced inequalities, 11. Sustainable cities and communities, 12. Responsible consumption and production, 13. Climate action, 14. Life below water, 15. Life on land, 16.Peace, justice and strong institutions, 17. Partnerships for the goals