||わが国における組織開発研究の現状と課題 : 「実践者=研究者」による参加型アクションリサーチの適用可能性
The Current Situation and Problems of Organization Development Research in Japan : Application of Participatory Action Research by the “ Practitioner-Researcher”
籏, 康之Hata, Yasuyuki
72 , 2016-12 , 新潟大学大学院現代社会文化研究科
Organization development is based on human relations and aims to improve a company’s effectiveness and soundness. The concept has undergone various changes. Currently, “dialogic organization development” is a prominent practice in businesses that want to build a future that involves interactions among different stakeholders. Although the literature on organization development in Japan has increased, the number of studies involving practice research has been low. Future studies on organization development in Japan should focus on practice research with regard to its transferability. In recent years, participatory action research, also called “community-based participatory research” (CBPR), is considered an effective approach in social work and public health science, which share several characteristics with organization development. In addition, the “practitioner-researcher” is considered important as an intermediary to bridge the gap between research and practice and to promote CBPR.