You need certain types of resources, before starting to produce a leadership and management journal.
Firstly, before starting to produce a leadership and management journal, you need to have financial resources. These are resources you can get from an educational institution, especially if the journal is to be affiliated to, say, a particular university. They are also resources that you can borrow from a bank. A bank like Capital One (www.capitalone.com) should be able to lend you with ease, if the journal business idea seems to be viable. Of course, the due diligence carried out here will be more than, say, what would be carried out before approving a Capital One credit card, but so long as you can prove that your concept is likely to fly, you should ultimately be given the funds you need to get the journal production going.
Secondly, before starting to produce a leadership and management journal, you need to have the right human resources. Here, we are looking at the contributors, who should be respected experts in the field of leadership and management. We are also looking at the editors. Then we are looking at the support staff: the people to operate the printing press, the graphic designers and so on.