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The Editorial Board provides editorial and copywriting management. It brings its expertise to select articles based on the opinions formulated by the reviewers. As such, it steers the entire evaluation process. More generally, it participates in defining the strategic direction of the review, which it is responsible for putting into practice. It also promotes the journal and guarantees its quality. It works under the joint authority of the Editor-in-Chief for the editorial part and the director of publication for the logistical and management parts. Its members are appointed for a term of three years, renewable, and are not remunerated.

President of scientific advisory board
Franck BOURNOIS, ESCP Europe Business School, FRANCE
 
Editor-in-chief
Silvester IVANAJ, ICN Business School, FRANCE
 
Deputy Editor-in-chief
BIETRY Franck, Université de Caen, FRANCE
 
Associate editors
GATIGNON TURNAU Anne-Laure, Université Toulouse 3 Paul Sabatier, FRANCE
GIAUQUE David, Université de Lausanne, SUISSE
LACROUX Alain, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, FRANCE
RAINERI Nicolas, ICN Business School, GERMANY
RIOT Elen, l’Université de Reims Champagne Ardennes, FRANCE
WASIELESKI David, Duquesne University, US
 
Advisors to the Editors
GENDRON Corinne, The Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), CANADA
LAROCHE Patrice, Université de Lorraine, FRANCE
 
Editorial coordinators
Estelle DURAND, ICN Business School
Morgane LEONARD, ICN Business School
 
Publication director
KEBABTCHIEFF Serge, CEO ESKA, France
 
Procedures for the appointment and renewal of Associate Editors
 

Associate editors are appointed by the Editor-in-Chief. Candidates may be nominated by qualified members of the editorial team or by open application. In the absence of potential candidates, the Editorial Board may decide to make an open call for candidates. Regardless of the solicitation procedure, candidates are asked to send the Editor-in-Chief a reasoned proposal including a cover letter, a CV and an institutional commitment (not mandatory). All candidates with the required profile for the position may apply. The editorial committee selects the applications to be considered. It may gather any information on potential candidates that its members consider useful, in strict confidence. Qualified candidates may be invited to interview with the Editor-in-Chief and possibly the Editorial Board. Once the selection process for qualified candidates is complete, the Editor-in-Chief appoints the new Associate Editor (if there is consensus among the other active Associate Editors) for a three-year term (renewable once), normally beginning on January 1 following the appointment. Associate Editors are not paid.

Minimum requirements to acquire the position of Associate Editor

  1. Preferably HDR (in France), Professeur des universités or equivalent (full professor)
  2. Publications in the research area in national and international peer-reviewed journals
  3. Editorial experience (including review experience)
  4. Availability of at least half a day per week for the journal
  5. Institutional support (optional, but an added advantage).

Documents to be provided:

  1. Curriculum vitae highlighting the candidate's educational background and scientific and editorial production.
  2. Letter of motivation including the candidate's vision (adherence to RIPCO's mission and positioning as well as the proposed strategy for moving the journal forward).
  3. Formal commitment from the director of the home institution regarding a possible reduction in workload for the benefit of RIPCO (optional).
 
Modalités de désignation et de renouvellement du rédacteur/trice en chef
 

The Editor-in-Chief is appointed by the Director of Publication. Candidates may be solicited by qualified members of the Editorial Board or by open application. In the absence of potential candidates, the Editorial Board may decide to make an open call for nominations. Regardless of the solicitation procedure, candidates are asked to send the Director of the Publication a motivated proposal including a letter of motivation, a CV and an institutional commitment. All candidates with the required profile for the position may apply. The Journal Office selects the applications to be considered. It may collect any information on potential candidates that its members deem useful, in strict confidence. Qualified candidates may be called for an interview with the Journal Board. Upon completion of the selection process for qualified candidates, the Editor-in-Chief is appointed by the Director of Publication for a period of three years (renewable once), normally beginning on January 1 following the appointment. An Editor-in-Chief may be removed from office by the same procedure as the appointment. The Editor-in-Chief shall not be paid.

Minimum requirements to acquire the position of Editor-in-Chief

  1. Doctorate of more than 5 years
  2. Preferably HDR, University Professor or equivalent (full professor)
  3. Publications in the research field of the journal in highly ranked national and international scientific journals
  4. Proven editorial experience (including as a reviewer);
  5. Personality suited to editing: impartiality, confidentiality, commitment, organization, etc.
  6. Very good knowledge of English and French (written and spoken).
  7. Availability compatible with the position of Editor-in-Chief to be assumed.
  8. Existence of institutional support: reduction of workload for the benefit of the journal, guarantee of means for the functioning of the editorial secretariat (office, equipment, licenses and at least one half-time editorial assistant) and for the exercise of the Editor-in-Chief's position (representation expenses, for example)

Documents to be provided:

  1. Curriculum vitae highlighting scientific and editorial production.
  2. Letter of motivation containing the candidate's vision (his or her adherence to the mission and positioning of RIPCO and the candidate's point of view on the strategy to be implemented during his or her mandate to advance the journal).
  3. Official commitment from the Director of the candidate's institution as to the means that will be made available to the Editor-in-Chief: reduction of his or her workload for the benefit of the journal and guarantee of the operating means of the editorial secretariat (office, equipment and at least one half-time editorial assistant).
 
 
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Special issue : Vol. XXX, Issue CFP_SI_CLIMATECHANGE (2024)
Organizational behavior in the face of climate challenges
 Paul, SHRIVASTAVA: Elen RIOT, Franck, BIETRY
Climate change and environmental issues have become recurring topics in current debates, leading to a heightened awareness of the need to preserve the planet and its species. To address these challenges, governments, businesses, social movements, and NGOs are actively engaging in a transition towards sustainable and nature-friendly lifestyles. In this critical context, academic research plays a cr ...
 
Special issue : Vol. XXXI, Issue CFP_SI_IAORGA (2025)
Artificial intelligence in organisations, how to (better) work with it?
 Christelle MARTIN LACROUX and Fabienne PEREZ
Organisations are undergoing a significant transformation, described as the fourth industrial revolution or the era of algorithms. Artificial Intelligence (AI), defined as a technology that allows machines to reproduce human-like behaviours, plays a major role in this, with technologies now widely deployed in organisations. Machine Learning is a notable technology that enables cumulative ...
 
Special issue : Vol. XXXI, Issue CFP_SI_RECHSENSOB (2025)
Sensitive research and organisational behaviour: from dilemma to action
 Emilie HENNEQUIN, Bérangère CONDOMINES, Philippe JACQUINOT, Olivier GUILLET
In organizations subjected to a highly competitive environment, with an increasingly fractured work world, the consideration of sensitive topics by companies—pertaining to ethical issues (fraud, deviance, power plays), taboos (addictions), vulnerable individuals (health conditions), disadvantaged groups (discrimination), and marginalized statuses (gray areas of employment relationships)—as well as ...
 
 
 
   
 
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