The mission of the Journal of Organization Design (JOD) is to publish theoretical and empirical research on organization design. Organization design is an applied discipline based on the literature of the organization sciences.
The term for the current Editors-in-Chief is expiring and the Journal of Organization Design is seeking a new Editor-in-Chief.
JOD was started in 2012 and is published by SpringerOpen from 2016. The editorial work is organized by the Editor(s)-in-Chief, a number of Associate Editors (currently seven) and an Editorial Board consisting of twenty eight people. The Editorial Board consists of very active reviewers. The Editor-in-Chief appoints the editorial team.
Journal of Organization Design (JOD) is an official publication of the Organizational Design Community, a worldwide community of scholars, executives, and organizations dedicated to advancing the theory and practice of organization design. JOD publishes articles about both the theory and practice of organization design. Articles can take a variety of forms – conceptual articles, review articles, empirical studies, provocative essays, case and simulation studies, laboratory and field experiments, syntheses of different ideas or theories, and so on. Authors should persuasively present the implications of their work for research and/or practice. JOD is particularly keen to publish articles that are future oriented, address urgent design issues, and translate theory and research findings into practical applications. JOD publishes five types of articles: Research Articles, Translational Articles, Case Studies, Point of View Articles, and Urgent Issue Articles. JOD's target audience is academics, business people, graduate students, consultants, and policymakers.
The ideal candidate will have a strong commitment to the field of organization design, and will have made significant scholarly contributions to the field. Consistent with the mission of the ODC, the editor of JOD will work to build visibility for work in the field and will seek to build bridges between theory and practice.
Nominations may be sent to Tim Carroll (email@example.com) by January 15, 2017. The term will begin approximately September 1, 2017.