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The goal of the journal is to provide alternative philosophies for organizational change and development. To accomplish this goal, the journal encourages:
A story's impact on organizational-culture change
Elizabeth Briody, Tracy Meerwarth Pester, Robert Trotter
Organizational unlearning as changes in beliefs and routines in organizations
Ali E. Akgün, John C. Byrne, Gary S. Lynn, Halit Keskin
The journal wishes to publish papers that offer a detailed analysis and discussion on the philosophies and practices which underpin successful organizational change, thus building a more promising future for the societies and organizations of tomorrow. All papers are subject to a double-blind review.
Successful organizations respond intelligently to factors which precipitate change. Economic climates, political trends, changes in consumer demands, management policy or structure, employment levels and financial resources - all these elements are constantly at play to ensure that organizations clinging on to static structures will ultimately lose out. But change is a dynamic and alarming thing - this journal addresses how to manage it positively, so that employees give their support and the positive goals set are worked towards with enthusiasm.
International and interdisciplinary in its approach, the journal offers a wealth of valuable material to the organization committed to the choice for change. Already acknowledged as a leading publication in the field, it presents contributions from distinguished practitioners, thinkers and academics in the field; so that implementing change in your organization will be workable, desirable, and above all, effective.
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