About the Journal

JDMTI welcomes original, practice based theoretically-informed articles from those involved in innovation in service design, cultural heritage management, creative industries and digital business transformation:

The Journal’s contents will include primary research articles, expert discussions on current issues and case studies. Articles are selected that are relevant to both academics and practitioners. The journal particularly encourages contributions on contemporary topics and issues related to service design, cultural management, creative industries and technology.

The Journal has three distinct purposes:

  1. Provide an international forum for the study of innovation in service design, cultural management, creative industries and technology
  2. To encourage more interdisciplinary research and scholarship in service design, cultural management, creative industries and technology.
  3. To create more literature on best practices in innovation through in-depth analyses and the production of exemplary case studies.

The Journal is the official journal of the College of Innovation. The College’s main objective is to bridge the gaps in innovation studies and research, education, and training between developed and developing countries.

Call for Articles Please note that the list presented below is suggestive of topics that would be of interest to the Journal. If you are considering an article covering an innovation  topic not listed below you may want to check with the editors before you submit.)

  • Non-clinical dimensions of healthcare
  • The hospitality industry:  Accommodation, food and beverage, retail
  • Service innovation: Service design, service digitalization, service delivery
  • Tourism: Smart destinations, tourism planning, heritage tourism,
  • Hospitality, tourism, events, retail, digital marketing
  • Innovation in the public sector
  • Social innovation
  • Heritage and culture management: Policy and planning, cultural heritage management, conservation management, heritage tourism, museums, heritage sites, AI in cultural management, cultural landscape management, urban heritage, interpretation planning and design
  • Sustainable and responsible development: Sustainable consumption and production
  • Logistic and mobilization
  • Art & performance management: Digital art management
  • The digital and social media industry
  • Creative policy and industries
  • Intellectual property management
  • Media and cultural studies
  • Digital technology: Social technologies, AI, data sciences, digital transformation
  • Innovation in the circular economy
  • Financial service industry
  • Digital humanity