This edition of e-O&P is devoted to exploring the theme of ‘Creative Collaborations’, as a contribution towards increasing, deepening and broadening our understanding of this practice.
e-O&P Winter 2018
'Humanistic management: an alternative way of organising?' captures the very spirit of AMED and brings us right up to date on our 50 year challenge to make organisations more fit for people.
e-O&P Autumn 2018
AMED 2020: What do you see?
Our Autumn/Winter edition is emerging on the website and launches an Appreciative
Inquiry into the future of AMED which will unfold over the next 3 years, in the journal and in live events.
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