Intervention Research
International Journal on Culture, Organization and Management

Ceased as of 2011.

ISSN: 1573-417X
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Status Report: Last issue (volume 2:1-2) online on 06 March 2007


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Editor-in-Chief
Marcel Veenswijk
Department of Culture, Organization and Management
Vrije Universiteit
De Boelelaan 1081c
1081 HV Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Tel.: +31 20 598 6732
Fax:+31 20 598 6765
E-mail: m.veenswijk@fsw.vu.nl

Editorial Assistant
Saskia Stehouwer
Department of Culture, Organization and Management
Vrije Universiteit
The Netherlands
Tel.: +31 20 598 6708
Fax:+31 20 598 6765
E-mail: s.stehouwer@fsw.vu.nl

 
Associate Editors
Paul Bate, University College London, UK Neil Paulsen, University of Queensland, Australia
Simon Bekker, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa 


Editorial Board
Mats Alvesson, Lund, Sweden Andrew Sturdy, Warwick, UK
Allen Batteau, Detroit, MI, USA Stefan Sveningsson, Lund, Sweden
Andrew Brown, Bath, UK Bath, UK Robyn Thomas, Cardiff, UK
Joanne Martin, Stanford, CA, USA Eero Vaara, Helsinke, Finland

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Aims and Scope 
The central aim of the Intervention Research is to establish a platform (and fill a gap) for organizational (culture) scholars in the field of intervention and cultural change in organizations. The journal presents papers that connect contextual developments to organizational change programs and intervention strategies to individual coping strategies, taking full account of areas of uncertainty and ambiguity.

Central themes are: cultural change processes in organizations, management of meaning, (reflection on) models of intervention. In terms of empirical areas, the journal focuses on four dynamic fields in which many innovative impulses are generated: new economy and entrepreneurial companies; virtual organizational arrangements and loose-coupling systems; hybrid public-private organizations; trans-national, multicultural organizations.
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