Behind the Editorial Curtain

David J. Ketchen, Jr., Jeremy Short and Will Terrell give us a peek behind the editorial curtain in the recent article, “Graphic Truth: Some Hidden Realities of the Review Process” recently published in the Journal of Management Inquiry. Jeremy Short adds:

 “This piece was inspired by the warm reception of two graphic novel management texts (Atlas Black: Managing to Succeed and Atlas Black: Management Guru?) I co-authored with Talya Bauer and Dave Ketchen. My co-author and I have been involved in a number of editorial roles over the years and thought we could share some of the stories we’ve encountered behind the editorial curtain. Because touchy matters are sometimes better addressed through using stories rather than finger pointing, we thought the graphic novel format would be ideal for the messages we hope to convey. We were fortunate to be able to engage Will Terrell, an excellent artist, to bring our thoughts to life. We certainly hope other editors, reviewers, and authors can learn from some of the tales we illustrate in our work.”

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