How does change evolve in organizations? What does cooperation mean within a company? What can we learn from past experiences? The book examines organizational change processes based on collaboration between employers, employees and action researchers in Europe and the U.S. in the latter part of the 20th century. The authors offer important insights on participation and change in organizations for researchers and practitioners identifying actors and initiators of change, examining power structures and pointing out dilemmas.
The authors: Jørgen Bloch-Poulsen, Ph.d., senior lecturer at Copenhagen University, Denmark Marianne Kristiansen, Ph.d., professor emerita at Aalborg University/Copenhagen, Denmark
The target group: students, researchers and practitioners in social sciences and humanities with a special interest in organizational change processes