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This is an open access journal.
 
E-ISSN: 2714-4429; P-ISSN: 2714-5174
 
Chief Editor: Bamidele (‘Dele) Oluwade, Ph.D, MCPN, SMIEEE, FNCS, FIMC, CMC, CMS
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African Journal of Management Information System (Afr. J. MIS) came into being after the publication  of the 11th volume (Vol. 11, No. 4, December 2018) of the sister journal, Afr. J. Comp. & ICT, which has been in existence since 2008.
 
Just as with its sister journal, Afr. J. MIS is an open access quarterly journal whose overall goal is to promote rapid socio-economic and technological development of Africa, in particular, and the world, in general. The new journal will serve as a supplement to the earlier journal by, among others, allowing more quality papers to be published within the shortest possible time. Please consider submitting your papers for consideration for publication in the journal.
 
The scope of Afr. J. MIS includes, but is not limited to the following areas: information system, management sciences, information management, information science, information technology, systems science, operations research, telecommunication management, statistical computing, media technology management, educational management, transport management, engineering management, law of MIS, project management, engineering mathematics, construction management etc. Essentially, the journal focuses on themes relating to management, leadership and governance using the instrumentality of information technology (IT). That is, the journal deals with the examination, in all their ramifications, of the traditional 5Ms of (scientific) management as expounded by management theorists such as Peter F. Drucker (1909 – 2005). These Ms are men, material, money, machine and method. It is hoped that the journal will contribute to effective practical management globally.
 
Thus, it is envisaged that the journal will, among others, serve as a platform for sorting out leadership-related challenges confronting Africa in particular. The policy of the journal is similar to that of Afr. J. Comp. & ICT, and is available at https://afrjmis.net/faq. For instance, its Editorial Board is international in outlook and comprises of seasoned scholars in relevant areas. There is no payment of assessment fee by all (potential) authors. The one-time Article Processing Charge is payable after the first around of review, provided a manuscript is adjudged to have a prima facie case. The fee is meant to offset part of the administrative and technical costs incurred in producing the journal. Authors of manuscripts that are rejected at this stage are not required to pay any fee whatsoever. A summary of the review outcome, showing strength and weakness of the manuscript, is sent to all authors after the first round of review.

 

 
The four (4) editions of each year will normally appear in January, April, July and October. Manuscripts are received on a rolling basis (all year) through ‘editor.afrjmis@gmail.com‘ (cc: article.afrjmis@yahoo.com).
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For papers in previous editions, kindly click here.
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CURRENT EDITION (VOL.3, ISSUE 1, JANUARY 2021)

(The publication of this edition has been delayed due to circumstances beyond our control. The edition will be published as soon as possible. Thanks. CHIEF EDITOR)

*Editorial/Introduction

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*Paper (Technical Note): A Note on the Contribution of Olu Longe (1932 – 2020) to Management Information System in Nigeria

Bamidele Oluwade

Society for the Advancement of ICT & Comparative Knowledge,

Nigeria.

*Paper: Performance Comparison of Selected Swarm Intelligence Algorithms on Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Babatunde J. Olorunsola1, Tinuke O. Oladele2, Taye O. Aro3, Hakeem Babalola4 and Oyenike A. Olukiran5

1,2Department of Computer Science, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria.

3,5Department of Mathematical and Computing Sciences, KolaDaisi University, Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria.

4Department of Telecommunication Science, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria.

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