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[announce] Org Transformation & Social Change - special subscription rate
Posted by: daviding (---.merck.com)
Date: June 15, 2004 11:59AM

Dear Members

ISSS has been offered a special subscription rate of $35 for the
International Journal of Organizational Transformation and Social Change
(2004).

Further details are provided below and full details are available at the
journal publisher's website at

[www.intellectbooks.com]

If you would like to subscribe to this journal please email the ISSS office
at isssoffice@dsl.pipex.com and we will send you a subscription form.
(Attachments cannot be sent with this announce email).

This form should be filled in with address and payment details and sent back
to the ISSS office. The office will then enter your subscription with the
publisher.

This journal will be available to order at the conference and will, in
future, also be available on membership renewal forms.

Please contact the office if you have any questions about this offer.



International Journal of Organizational Transformation and Social Change
Three numbers per volume. ISSN 1477-9633

Coverage

* Innovative approaches to organizational transformation and social
change
* Methodologies and their paradigms, use of combined methods, as well as
action learning and research.
* Cultural dynamics, knowledge processes, knowledge tracking,
organisational paradigms, political processes
* Organisational structures and processes, and their relationships to
political and cultural considerations
* Cultural differences in the management of people and change
* Ethics and ideology in organisational processes and control
* Cultural minority processes, paradigm clashes, approaches to
arbitration
* Issues of empowerment and emancipation relating to change


Readership

OTSC is read by academics working in the area of management, organisational
behaviour, social psychology, organisational anthropology, human resource
development. It is relevant to business schools and university departments
across the world, including Europe and the USA. It is also directed towards
those who make policy and their advisors, and to managers.

Editors:

* Maurice Yolles, Centre for Creating Coherent Change and Knowledge,
Liverpool Business School, John Moores University, Liverpool L3 5UZ, UK
(m.yolles@livjm.ac.uk)
* Paul Iles (Paul.Iles@tees.ac.uk.), Teesside Business School, Teeside
University,


Assistant editor: Ann Mulhaney (a.mulhaney@livjm.ac.uk), Liverpool John
Moore University, UK



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