How we manage and deliver FICM Media’s Content around latest thinking and expert insights.
The editorial function is a combined effort of FICM Media’s internal editorial staff and a large expert base of reviewers, contributors, authors from various practices, industries, expertise and jurisdiction around the world.
There are three ways professionals/ experts/ authors can become active with FICM Media.
As a Editorial Contributor:
Experts and Professionals can regularly contribute their work for publishing in FICM media to be read by is diverse audience across 80+ countries.
As an Editorial Reviewer:
Professionals can join FICM Media as a reviewers on the baisis of their closeness to the content under review (for at least one aspect, so this can also be only the topic, or only the methodology, research or approach), and the academic experience they have (based on publications).
As a Member of the Editorial Board:
The editorial board essentially consists of professionals from a very diverse expertise and regional acumen. FICM executive members and most active authors and reviewers and preferred to be elected as board members.
FICM Media’s Guidelines for Contributors.
FICM Media covers a wide range of topics within the dispute management, resolution and prevention space. We publish articles of many lengths, graphics, podcasts, videos, slide presentations, and just about any other media that might help us share an idea effectively.
We retain final decision rights over headlines.
Which kinds of headlines give the best chance of being read, found online, and shared both on social media and within the fraternity around the world. If we change your title, it’s because we believe the revised version will help your writeup reach the audience it deserves.
FICM Media typically holds copyright on the finished product, but authors continue to hold rights on their articles.
Points of focus when evaluating any contribution:
Expertise: Deep knowledge about the subject you’re writing about.
Originality: New ideas are rare and precious — and one of the primary reasons readers will turn to FICM Media.
Usefulness: FICM Media readers look for change making ideas than can be implemented. If you can explain how to apply it in a real situation, that will make it more powerful.
Evidence: Referring to supporting research is one good way to prove the audience; describing relevant examples is another. If you have interesting data, it will be a great stuff!