The ethical guidelines for the publication process in Jurnal Minds: Manajemen Ide dan Inspirasi are based on the 2017 Core Practices of COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics). The workflow of the journal must represent the following principles:

(1) Originality and Plagiarism: All articles submitted to the journal must be original and not plagiarized. Plagiarism is a severe breach of publication ethics and includes using someone else's work or ideas without proper attribution. The journal will use plagiarism detection software (Turnitin) to check the originality of submitted articles, and any instances of plagiarism will be dealt with appropriately. For example, if plagiarism is detected in an article, the article may be rejected, and the authors may be banned from submitting it to the journal.
(2) Authorship and Contributorship: All authors listed in an article should have made significant contributions to the research and have approved the final version of the manuscript. The journal follows the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) definition of authorship, which state that authors should have participated sufficiently in the work to take public responsibility for the content. For example, an author should have been involved in the study's design, data collection, analysis of data, and manuscript writing. The journal also expects all authors to accurately reflect their contributions to the research in the authorship list.
(3) Confidentiality: All information and materials related to a submitted article should be confidential and not disclosed to anyone outside the review process. Reviewers should also keep the information confidential and not use any knowledge gained from the review for their benefit. The whistle-blowers' identity of potential ethical misconduct will be safeguarded. For example, a reviewer should not use any information from a submitted article to publish their research or to approach the authors with commercial offers.
(4) Conflict of Interest: All authors and reviewers must declare any conflicts of interest that may influence the publication's accuracy, objectivity, or integrity. Conflicts of interest include but are not limited to, financial relationships, academic collaborations, and personal relationships. For example, if an author has received funding from a company for their research, they should declare this in the acknowledgement sub-section in the manuscript (Please see the journal template).
(5) Data Fabrication and Falsification: The journal strictly prohibits data fabrication or results falsification. Any infringements will result in the retraction of the article. For example, if it is found that an author has fabricated data in their research, the journal will retract the article, and the authors will face appropriate sanctions.
(6) Research with Human and Animal Participants: The journal expects all authors to adhere to ethical guidelines for the conduct of research with human and animal participants. All articles submitted to the journal must include a statement on the ethical approval obtained for the study. This requirement will be required for each submitted article with survey method or interviews from July 2023 onward. Ethical consent will be obtained from the relevant ethics committee.


The duties of authors, editorial boards, and handling editors in academic journals are critical to the success of the publication Jurnal Minds: Manajemen Ide dan Inspirasi. Their responsibilities are divided into the following functions.


(1) Reporting standards: Authors should provide a complete and accurate account of their research, including an objective discussion of its significance. They should also provide sufficient detail and references to permit others to replicate the work.
(2) Originality and plagiarism: Authors should ensure their work is original and has not been published elsewhere. They should also correctly cite and reference the work of others.
(3) Authorship: The first author of a research article is typically the person who has made the most significant contribution to the research project and manuscript preparation. On the other hand, co-authors have contributed to the research project and manuscript preparation but to a lesser extent than the first author. Co-authors may have contributed to the conception or design of the study, collected or analyzed data, contributed to the interpretation of the results, or participated in drafting or revising the manuscript. All authors must secure these four contributions in the submitted papers as recommended by ICMJE and COPE. They are (1) Substantial contributions to the conception or design of the work; or the acquisition, analysis, or interpretation of data for the work; (2) Drafting the work or revising it critically for important intellectual content; (3) Final approval of the version to be published. (4) Agreement to be accountable for all aspects of the work in ensuring that questions related to the accuracy or integrity of any part of the work are appropriately investigated and resolved. Those who have contributed in a minor way or provided technical assistance should be acknowledged.
(4) Disclosure and conflicts of interest: Authors should disclose any financial or other conflicts of interest that might be construed as influencing the results or interpretation of their research. Authors receiving formal financial support must state the Grant Numbers in the acknowledgement section.
(5) Data access and retention: Authors should provide raw data related to their research for editorial review and retain such data for a reasonable time after publication. Data sharing from external parties has to be directly communicated to the authors.
(6) Multiple, redundant or concurrent publications: Authors should not submit manuscripts describing the same research to more than one journal or publish the same research in multiple publications.
(7) Peer review: Authors should participate in the peer review process and respond promptly to editorial requests for clarification or additional information.
(8) Fundamental errors in published works: Inaccuracy or errors in the published manuscript must be communicated to the editorial office to revise, if possible, or retract. While we advise revising it during the final copyediting stage, the authors must report it to the editorial office if the manuscript has been published.

Example: An author may submit an article on the effect of a new behavioural intervention on specific workplace motivations. They should ensure that the study was conducted ethically and that all sources used in the research are properly cited.

Editorial Board:

(1) Work under the double-blind peer-review system.
(2) Selected based on the editorial boards’ research interests and currently-active work assignments.
(3) Review submitted articles to ensure they meet the journal's standards and are suitable for publication.
(4) Provide constructive feedback to authors on how to improve their articles.
(5) Ensure that the articles are free from plagiarism and factual errors.
(6) Decide on the acceptance or rejection of submitted articles.

Example: The editorial board receives a request to review an article on the effects of workplace bullying on cognitive performance. They would review the article to ensure that it presents the potential scientific contribution, follows appropriate research methods, and meets the generally-accepted academic standards of business management journals.

Editorial Office (Editor-In-Chief, Managing Editors, & Proofreading Editor)

(1) Oversee the overall operations of the journal, including submissions, review, and publication processes.
(2) Coordinate with the editorial board and authors to ensure articles are published on time. Conflicting decisions from the editorial board will be bridged by creating another round of review.
(3) Ensure that the journal's policies and procedures are followed.
(4) Handle any legal or ethical issues while publishing the journal. The ethical concerns of articles can be communicated to
(5) Final Layout and Copyedit. The language flow in the manuscript will also be checked. Further language improvement will be recommended to the professional proofreaders and not under the editorial works.


Jurnal Minds: Manajemen Ide dan Inspirasi is published by the Management Department of the Faculty of Islamic Economics and Business in Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar, Indonesia. The publisher's duties are:
(1) Providing administrative support: The publisher should provide administrative support to the editorial office, such as managing finances, providing office space, and assisting with staffing and HR-related issues.
(2) Ensuring compliance with college policies: The publisher should ensure that the journal complies with the policies and procedures of the college, including any policies related to financial management, intellectual property, and data management.
(3) Promoting the journal: The publisher should promote the journal within the college and to external audiences, such as by including information about the journal on the college website, promoting the journal at conferences and events, and collaborating with other departments or journals within the college.
(4) Supporting financial sustainability: The publisher should support the financial sustainability of the journal by providing funding or seeking external funding sources. This may involve working with the editorial office to develop a sustainable business model by charging article processing fees or seeking grant funding.
(5) Ensuring adherence to ethical standards: The publisher should ensure that the journal adheres to ethical standards in scholarly publishing, such as by following the COPE guidelines for best practices in ethical publishing.
(6) Managing legal and regulatory compliance: The publisher should ensure the journal complies with relevant laws and regulations, such as data protection, copyright, and privacy.
(7) Providing other resources as needed: The publisher should provide other resources as needed to support the operation of the journal, such as technology infrastructure, marketing and promotion, and staff training.
(8) Access to journal content: The publisher should ensure the journal content is widely accessible to the intended audience. This may involve online access to the journal content through the publisher's website or a third-party platform, such as a digital library or open-access repository. The publisher should also ensure the content is discoverable through indexing services and search engines.
(9) Archiving: The publisher should ensure the long-term preservation and accessibility of the journal content. This journal maximizes the use of the LOCKSS system in archiving. The publisher also backs up the data in the university server, and the content is stored in a secure and durable format accessible to future generations.


If ethical concerns arise upon a published manuscript, Jurnal Minds: Manajemen Ide dan Inspirasi adheres to the COPE best practice guidelines as follows:
(1) Respond promptly: The journal should respond promptly to any concerns raised about the ethical conduct of research and publication and take appropriate action to investigate and address any potential misconduct.
(2) Gather information: The journal should gather all relevant information related to the concerns raised, including any documentation, correspondence, or other evidence that may be relevant to the case.
(3) Evaluate the concerns: The journal should evaluate the concerns raised in light of the journal's policies and ethical standards and determine whether further investigation or action is warranted.
(4) Communicate with the parties involved: The journal should communicate with all parties involved in the concerns raised, including the authors, reviewers, and editors, and provide them with clear and transparent information about the investigation and any actions taken.
(5) Take appropriate action: Depending on the nature of the concerns raised, the journal may take various actions, including issuing corrections or retractions, imposing sanctions on authors or reviewers found to have engaged in misconduct or reporting the misconduct to relevant authorities.
(6) Prevent future occurrences: The journal should take steps to prevent future occurrences of misconduct, including revising policies and procedures as necessary, providing additional training and education to editors, authors, and reviewers, and working with other stakeholders in the scholarly community to promote responsible research and publication practices.



If an error is discovered in a published article in Jurnal Minds: Manajemen Ide dan Inspirasi, the editorial team will promptly publish an erratum to correct the error. The erratum will identify the article being corrected, the nature of the error, and the correct information. The erratum will be linked to the original article and easily accessible to readers. The corresponding author of the original article will be notified of the erratum and allowed to respond if necessary.


The editorial team will publish a corrigendum if a more significant error or omission requires a substantial correction. The corrigendum will include a detailed explanation of the error or omission and the steps taken to correct it. The corrigendum will be linked to the original article and easily accessible to readers. The corresponding author of the original article will be notified of the corrigendum and allowed to respond if necessary.

The editorial team of Jurnal Minds: Manajemen Ide dan Inspirasi is committed to ensuring the accuracy and reliability of all published articles. By promptly correcting errors and omissions, we strive to maintain the highest standards of academic integrity and ensure that our readers have access to accurate and reliable information.


Article Withdrawal Policy

Jurnal Minds: Manajemen Ide dan Inspirasi is committed to upholding the highest academic integrity and ethical conduct standards. If an article contains significant problems, the editorial team may consider withdrawing the article. This policy outlines the circumstances under which article withdrawal may occur and the procedures to follow.

Circumstances for Article Withdrawal

Article withdrawal may be considered in the following circumstances:

(1) The article contains ethical concerns, such as plagiarism, data fabrication or falsification, or other forms of academic misconduct.
(2) The article contains significant errors or inaccuracies that cannot be corrected through an erratum or corrigendum.
(3) The article is under review for publication but has not yet been published, and the author requests a withdrawal.

Procedures for Article Withdrawal

If a request for article withdrawal is received, the editorial team will follow the following procedures:

(1) The withdrawal request must be made in writing by the article's corresponding author and must clearly state the reasons for the request.
(2) The editorial team will consult with the reviewers and editors involved in the review and publication of the article to assess the situation and determine the appropriate course of action.
(3) If the editorial team decides to proceed with the withdrawal, a formal statement explaining the reasons for the withdrawal will be published on the journal's website, and the article will be removed from the online version of the journal.
(4) If the article has already been published in a print version of the journal, a formal retraction notice will be published in the next available print issue.

Jurnal Minds: Manajemen Ide dan Inspirasi is committed to ensuring the integrity and reliability of all published articles. We take article withdrawal seriously and will only consider it in exceptional circumstances.


Jurnal Minds: Manajemen Ide dan Inspirasi accepts advertisements for academic events only from organizations with which we have a current cooperation agreement. These organizations include universities, research institutes, and other academic institutions that promote academic events that align with the aims and scope of our journal.

To ensure that our advertising policy is consistent with our commitment to academic excellence, we will only accept advertisements for academic events that meet the following criteria:

(1) The event is relevant to the aims and scope of our journal.
(2) The event is organized by an academic institution with which we have a current cooperation agreement.
(3) The event has been peer-reviewed or has received endorsement from recognized academic organizations or societies.

Advertisements for academic events that meet these criteria will be reviewed by our editorial team and published in a designated section of our journal.

Jurnal Minds: Manajemen Ide dan Inspirasi is committed to promoting academic events that advance knowledge and develop academic communities. Our advertising policy helps readers receive high-quality, relevant information about academic events aligned with our mission and values.