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The “Revue Internationale de Psychosociologie et de gestion des Comportements Organisationnels” (RIPCO), International Journal of Psychosociology and Management of Organizational Behaviors, was created in 1994 by Gilles Amado and Eugène Enriquez who were appointed the firsts Editors-in-Chief, and by Serge Kebabtchieff, CEO of Eska Editions. It used to be called “Revue Internationale de Psychosociologie”, International Journal of Psychosociology.

RIPCO is the first French academic journal dedicated to the fields of psychosociology and organizational behavior. Since its creation, it has published more than 1100 articles. In 2008, it won the ADVANCIA CCIP Award (Paris). The journal is currently referenced in the following academic rankings: HARZING (since 2010), FNEGE (since 2011), AERES (2012), and confirmed by HCERES (2015) and CNRS (2019). RIPCO is also referenced in the following databases: CAIRN, CAIRN International, Google Scholar, ProQuest Social Science Database, ProQuest Sociology Database, and ProQuest Social Science Premium Collection.

In 2005, a new editorial team oriented the journal primarily on organizational behavior, to include the study of behaviors relating to the individual, the dyad and the group. In this respect, in 2011, the name of the journal was changed to Revue Internationale de Psychosociologie et de gestion des Comportements Organisationnels (International Journal of Psychosociology and Management of Organizational Behaviors).

Since 2019, the new editorial team has made major changes to enhance the journal’s scientific quality, internationalize it and make all operating procedures fully transparent. From the outset, the editorial team’s work of the has been guided by the observations made by Section 37 of the CNRS during its evaluations. It was recommended to make the submission process more open, to ensure greater rigor and transparency in the evaluation of submitted articles, to reduce thematic issues and to establish clear ethical rules. In keeping with these recommendations, the team has succeeded in modernizing RIPCO and turning it into an academic journal of high scientific quality, open, fully transparent and with a strong international outlook.

 
 
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Special Issue: Vol.XXXI, Num. CFP_SI_IAORGA ( 2025)
Artificial intelligence in organisations, how to (better) work with it?
Guest editors: Christelle MARTIN LACROUX and Fabienne PEREZ
Deadline : 31/08/2024
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 learning from training data to create algorithmic decision support systems. These technologies are reshaping practices and processes at both team and individual levels. AI has transformed how people collaborate with algorithmic systems and how those systems interact. In recruitment, AI is used in various stages, from information extraction to automated interview analysis. "Augmen ...
Special Issue: Vol.XXXI, Num. CFP_SI_RECHSENSOB ( 2025)
Sensitive research and organisational behaviour: from dilemma to action
Guest editors: Emilie HENNEQUIN, Bérangère CONDOMINES, Philippe JACQUINOT, Olivier GUILLET
Deadline : 31/08/2024
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 behaviors related to private life (domestic violence) becomes as pressing as it is complex, often echoing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) challenges. The field of "sensitive research" helps to understand the emotional, managerial, and strategic difficulties faced by all stakeholders (executives, operational managers, employees, researchers, etc.) and to propose an operational framework to g ...
 
 
   
 
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