Philosophy of Management (2018) 17:133–135 https://doi.org/10.1007/s40926-018-0093-2 Wim Vandekerckhove Published online: 31 May 2018 Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature 2018 This is the first editorial I am writing since the journal is included in the Thomson Reuters Web of Science database. Metrics are still in the process of development, but no doubt this has further expanded our readership. The two previous issues were themed special issues and with the expanded page budget since volume 17 (each issue is now thicker), what better moment could there be to introduce our new readers to Philosophy of Management than with this regular issue of the journal. I have tried a number of times to write down a delineation of what the journal is about. But I have given up on trying to word such a ‘vision statement’. The journal’s name says it, really: Philosophy of Management. In all its shapes, forms, sources and destinations. The articles in this issue are a good start to get a taste of the journal’s breadth. There is a good variety in here, although these articles do not exhaust the full scope of what the journal has to offer. As happens with regular issues, the
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