IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management (IEEE-TEM) is a journal of the Technology Management Council of IEEE, published quarterly since 1954. It is dedicated to the publication of peer-reviewed original contributions, by researchers and practitioners, regarding the theory and practice of engineering, technology, and innovation management.
IEEE-TEM is organized into seven departments: People and Organizations, R&D and Engineering Projects, Models and Methodologies, Information Technology, Manufacturing Systems, Technology & Innovation Management, and E-Business. It accepts four types of manuscripts: Research Articles, Research Notes, Focus on Practice Papers, and Book Reviews.
IEEE-TEM’s intended audience includes IEEE members and the worldwide audience of researchers, practitioners, educators, and graduate students engaged in the profession of engineering, technology, and innovation management. Its worldwide subscription base is approximately 10,000.
The purpose of the Transactions is multifold:
- To assist in the establishment and recognition of the engineering management discipline, including management of technology and innovation.
- To become the premium knowledge forum for the researchers and practitioners of technology, engineering, and innovation management in academic institutions, industrial organizations, government agencies, and other settings.
- To establish the guidelines and identify the future directions of critical issues in engineering, technology, and innovation management.