The Journal of Management, Spirituality, and Religion (JMSR) has been a leading scientific source for scholars interested in the religious and spiritual aspects of managing human capital in organizations. It was created to connect the concepts of spirituality and religiosity to increase awareness of people's spirituality and spiritual leadership in a business setting. It was also, to comprehend the effects of pluralism on organizations as a whole and the critical and distinct role of the various religious views held and the spirituality of each individual. This study uses bibliometric analysis techniques to retrieve all publications from the Scopus database from 2004 to 2020 to honor the 17 years of the JMSR's journey. The current study was carried out to highlight the JMSR's growth, development, and intellectual structure in terms of impact, citations, theme, topic trend evolution, most contributing universities, and collaboration network.
- performance analysis
- science mapping