Corporate Board: Role, Duties and Composition journal: Authors’ feedback

The editorial team of the Publishing House Virtus Interpress continues to implement its transparency policy in terms of communication with the authors as key stakeholders. In this regard, we are glad to share new feedback from the authors who have recently published their papers in the journal Corporate Board: Role, Duties and Composition.

Le Chen, University for Foreigners “Dante Alighieri”, Reggio Calabria, Italy: “Our paper "The impact of IT governance wisdom on board decision-making: A perspective of the philosophy of The Art of War" was published in the journal Corporate Board: Role, Duties and Composition on August 6, 2021. Its successful publication is inseparable from the admirable dedication and hearty support of managing editor and reviewer of the journal. It is due to the rigorous reviewing process and valuable review comments that we can make further progress. For this, we would like to once again express our most sincere gratitude. Importantly, we believe that in the future, Virtus Interpress and Virtus GCCG will continue to work with scholars from all academic fields to achieve the good faith cooperation hand in hand and to create greater glories”.

Dean Blomson, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia: “Firstly, I found the level of support and interest from Olha Lytvynenko to be exceptional and her professionalism was outstanding. The communications were friendly, clear and effective about requirements, the processes steps, etc. Second, the feedback from the independent reviewers was constructive and helpful and their turnaround time was quick. Third, the review checking and iterating back and forth with Daryna Chorna was really easy and super-efficient. The various changes to the draft came back to me quickly, clearly marked up for checking or with clear, clarifying questions and suggestions (right down to tightening the bibliography). The communication was clear and helpful. Lastly, I felt like this was a process where it was not me being left to my own devices to develop the final version – I was supported in a helpful, constructive and hyper-efficient way”.

More comments of authors and reviewers of the journal Corporate Board: Role, Duties and Composition are available here.