Research in Organizational Change and Development (ROCD) brings forth the latest scholarly work and practice in the fields of organization development and organizational change.
Over 23 Volumes and 25 years, the series has offered publication outlets for papers addressing a wide array of topics related to organization development interventions and research. Theory, research, methodology and practice have been described within the pages of the Series. Groundbreaking pieces such as the first article on Appreciative Inquiry and others that challenge the values by which we practice have made the Series exciting and relevant. In many years, conversations about the papers in the volume have been the subject of Academy of Management symposia, in which leading scholars debate ideas and compare research findings. The series has created a community of practice in the profession among both scholars and practitioners who share a passion to understand the mysteries of organizational change.
The topics addressed in the series are familiar to those who know the fields of organization development and organization change. These include: