Dialogues on Work and Innovation
Dialogues on Work and Innovation 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.
Edited by Werner Fricke and Peter Totterdill
2004. x, 356 pp.
Researching Enterprise Development: Action Research on the cooperation between management and labour in Norway
Edited by Morten Levin
2002. viii, 267 pp.
Bjørn Gustavsen, Håkon Finne and Bo Oscarsson
2001. x, 282 pp.
European Union Discourses on Un/employment: An interdisciplinary approach to employment policy-making and organizational change
Peter Muntigl, Gilbert Weiss and Ruth Wodak
2000. viii, 235 pp.
Using the Lamp instead of Looking into the Mirror: Women and men in discussion about the relationship between men and women in the work place
Ingrid Ljungberg van Beinum
2000. xviii, 187 pp.
Resources for Renewal: A participatory approach to the modernization of municipal organizations in Finland
Edited by Satu Kalliola and Risto Nakari
1999. iv, 177 pp.
Edited by Hans van Beinum
Edited by Davydd J. Greenwood
1999. x, 283 pp.
Richard Ennals and Bjørn Gustavsen
1999. viii, 209 pp.
Edited by Bjørn Gustavsen, Tom Colbjørnsen and Øyvind Pålshaugen
1998. xi, 153 pp.
The End of Organization Theory?: Language as a tool in action research and organizational development
1999. vi, 149 pp.
1999. xxiv, 258 pp.
Concept-Driven Development and the Organization of the Process of Change: An evaluation of the Swedish Working Life Fund
Bjørn Gustavsen, Bernd Hofmaier, Marianne Ekman Philips and Anders Wikman
1996. ix, 198 pp.
Edited by Stephen Toulmin and Bjørn Gustavsen
1996. viii, 233 pp.
Frieder Naschold † and Casten von Otter
1996. vi, 176 pp.