SIGS | Organizational Transformation Change and Development


Organizational Transformation, Change and Development


About the SIG


Co-SIG Chair
Joanne Murphy


Co-SIG Chair
Richard Jefferies

The OTCD SIG welcomes colleagues studying any aspects of change management and organisational development. The aims of the SIG are to improve the quality of research and to expand the capacity in the field.

News of our forthcoming events/seminars can be found in the BAM newsletter.









The objectives of the OTCD SIG are to:

  • Act as a forum where contemporary TCD issues can be discussed and developed.
  • Enable members to keep in touch with new initiatives and topical debates around the nature of TCD.
  • Publicise developments in TCD to members.
  • Provide a 'home' for doctoral students and scholars researching the area.
  • Organise a TCD track at the annual BAM conference.
  • Generate high quality papers for the TCD track.
  • Provide networking opportunities for BAM members interested in issues relating to TCD.
  • Act as a resource base for members who wish to develop their interests.
  • Develop links with other areas and organisations to make research activity relevant to all members.


Organizational Transformation, Change and Development SIG Virtual Issue

Virtual Issues of BAM Journals are a source of articles from the British Journal of Management and the International Journal of Management Reviews that focus on the intellectual domain of respective SIGs.

If you are preparing an article or thinking about reading lists for a particular course, the virtual issues may be a good place to start.

Organizational Transformation, Change and Development SIG Virtual Issue


Committee Members

Currently the following individuals have agreed to take on committee roles in the SIG. It is anticipated that we will recruit further members to the committee in due course

SIG Co-Chairs

Track Chairs


  • Vacant Role 


Former Chair (Ex-Officio)

Steering Committee Members

Student representatives

SIG-related publications and how to obtain them

There are two journals that are directly in our field.