Research in Organizational Development (RiOD)

Summary: Research in Organizational Development (RiOD) aims to promote independent, resourceful, and practical research that develops and shares ideas and theories in practical ways consider how organizations emerge, develop, grow, and fail through Organizational Leadership, Structure & Governance, Policy Development, Accountability & Reliability, Visioning, and Transformation

Details:

Research in Organizational Development (RiOD) aims to promote independent, resourceful, and practical research that develops and shares ideas and theories in practical ways consider how organizations emerge, develop, grow, and fail through the following means:

  1. Organizational Leadership – developing solid leader aptitudes and styles; discussing authority in leadership capacities; leading in the face of adversity, challenges, and turmoil; conflict managing of personalities, organizations, and systems;
  2. Structure & Governance – developing, assessing, and evaluating official capacities and organizational responsiveness; developing thoughtful and disciplined leaders; developing reflective practices
  3. Policy Development – developing, assessing, and evaluating administrative instruments, systems, ways, and means.
  4. Accountability & Reliability – Understanding, developing measures for, evaluating, and assessing organizational and operational accountability and reliability
  5. Visioning – fostering creativity, accomplishments, and renewal
  6. Transformation – Initiating and pioneering activity(ies), spearheading change, finding and tapping into the “soul” of an organization.

RiOD is an open-access refereed indexed journal.

Journal Manager: Alex Monceaux, CEO Academic English Language Research Global, Port Author, Texas, USA

Publisher: Academic English Language Research Global

ISSN

ISSN (print): 2573-1912

ISSN (online): 2573-1920

Publication Frequency: Bi-annually (special issues may be added)

Cost: Print - $39.99 per issue | Online Reader/Subscriber: Free