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Foreword to the First Issue of Series B


  • anonymous


It is well, at this time, on appearance of the first issue of Series B to review the aims of the Institute and suggest the directions that this journal, as presently constituted, is expected to follow. In the Foreword to the first issue of Management Technology the editors Roger R. Crane and C. West Churchman expressed the view that the journal should appeal to managers concerned with "the role that science can play in management." Science in management is an appropriate complement to the management sciences and we believe, therefore, that integration of Management Science, Management Technology and the Bulletin should be a very effective means for carrying out the aims of the Institute as expressed in its publication policy. A statement made there about material to be included, namely, that " discussion of management sciences, such as the nature of business problems which they feel are important and can be attacked by management sciences," can hopefully be genuinely implemented with the regular appearance of the journal six times a year. Reader comments and discussion is to be encouraged.

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  • anonymous, 1965. "Foreword to the First Issue of Series B," Management Science, INFORMS, vol. 11(4), pages 1-1, February.
  • Handle: RePEc:inm:ormnsc:v:11:y:1965:i:4:p:b1-b1

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