So the Journal of Supply Chain Management didn’t have to wait one more year after all It’s impact factor has now been announced to be an astonishing 5.853, which puts it second(!) in the category of management journals (for the case you wonder, the Academy of Management Review is first). Congrats to the editors Craig Carter & Lisa Ellram and their team!
Here’s a quote from their happy e-mail:
“We are delighted to inform you that Thomson-Reuterss updated 2010 Impact Factors were just released. We are very pleased to announce that the Journal of Supply Chain Management received an exceptional 2010 ISI Impact Factor of 5.853, placing JSCM 2nd among 144 management journals encompassed within Thomson Reuterss Social Sciences Citation Index . . . These impact factors are based on 2010 citations of articles published in 2008-2009.”