Organization Leadership and Development Quarterly (OLDQ)
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Organization Leadership & Development Quarterly (OLDQ)
Leadership and Organization Development Resource
Language: All submissions should be in English All articles should integrate scholarly and applied concepts. An author bio of not more than 75 words should be provided including the author’s affiliation. Articles should be approximately 2,000-4,000 words excluding the abstract, author bio and reference list.
Page format: The manuscripts should be prepared as Microsoft-Word documents in Constantia (Font Size 11) on A4 size. The line spacing should be single-spaced including references and tables. Tables and Figures should be in their respective position in manuscript with title of Table/Legends of Figure. Articles should be at least 2000 words.
Abstract: It should not exceed 250 words in a single paragraph and not required sub-headings and should be a brief summary of the work carried out including the objectives of the study, the techniques used and what was accomplished in a concise manner.
Keywords: It should contain up to 3-5 key terms related to the work separated by commas.
Introduction: It should represent the background significance, brief survey of the previous works, purpose, scope and novelty of the article work and should not have subheadings. At least two specific objectives of the article should be stated. The significance of the article should be briefly elaborated in relation to organization leadership and development or related fields.
Literature Review: A brief review of related, empirical, and theoretical literature should be provided. A conceptual framework should be developed to demonstrate new insights and ignite candid discussions and debates.
Methods: Sufficient information in detail regarding the materials and the methods used to develop the research works (analytical, statistical and experimental procedures) should be mentioned to enable the others to repeat the authors work. The Research Onion as developed by Saunders (2007) should guide the structure of the methodology.
Results and Discussion: It should contain summary of the article, results, interpretations, speculations and assessment of future research or prospects.
Conclusion: It should include outcome of the work, important findings and your view(s).
References: They should be arranged at the end of the manuscript. References should follow the Harvard Citation Style.