Dialogues on Work and Innovation

The book series presents empirically based studies as well as theoretical discussions on the practice of organizational renewal. Its publications reflect the increasingly urgent need for the development of new forms of work organization. In today’s interdependent world workplace reform and orgnizational effectiveness are no longer solely the concern of individual organizations; the local and the global have become closely connected.<p> <em>Dialogues on Work and Innovation</em> mirrors the fact that enterprise development and societal development cannot be kept separate. Furthermore, the series focuses on the dialogue between theory and practice, and thus on the mutuality of knowledge and action, of research and development. The dialogues stress the critical significance of joint reflexivity in action-oriented research and the necessity for participatory processes in organizational change.</p><p>This series was discontinued after volume 15. </p>

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