The Journal of Business Chemistry examines issues associated with leadership and management for chemists and managers working in chemical research or industry. This journal is devoted to improving and developing the field of Business Chemistry. The Journal of Business Chemistry publishes peer-reviewed papers (including case studies) and essays. Areas for possible publication in include: leadership issues in the chemical and biochemical industry, such as teamwork, team building, mentoring, coaching, and diversity; modern management issues that have a broad connection to the field of chemistry, such as partnering, project management, office management, professional practice and development, budgeting, financial management, recruitment and retention of human resources, career growth management, life-long learning, marketing and sales, ethics, technology and innovation management, business process reengineering, motivational theory, incentives, education, training, organization design, strategic planning, conflict management, negotiating, risk management, globalization, networking, and change management. Interdisciplinary papers are encouraged. The Journal of Business Chemistry provides an international forum for researchers and practitioners to present their results.