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The aim of the International Journal of Organizational Analysis is to provide a robust and discursive forum for the study and analysis of organization. IJOA welcomes historical, contemporaneous and visionary discussions that provide insights into the phenomenon and practice of organization. With concern for the form of organizations, the IJOA seeks studies of, for example, private, public, voluntary, co-operative, military organizational situations. Equally, the journal welcomes explorations of ‘alternative’, emergent and futuristic organizational dimensions and dynamics.
In tandem with these foci, the IJOA invites analyses and commentaries engaging a wide range of disciplinary, inter-disciplinary, methodological, epistemological and ontological perspectives espousing normative and critical positions.
Above all, as an overarching and synthesizing aim, IJOA seeks to publish studies that identify and translate theoretical reflections in terms of their practical impacts and implications on business and society.
The IJOA welcomes papers that draw on, but not exclusively:
The International Journal of Organizational Analysis focuses on organization and its past, present and possible future forms. It maintains a broad coverage of topics but looks at the critical impact of disciplines as experienced by people in organizations and society with the aim of improving life in, and experience of, organizations. Rather than theory remaining primarily an exercise played out in the academy, the Journal is interested in developing the application of theory into practice.
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