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We are happy to announce that the 2nd Volume of our Special Issue on Workplace Innovation will be published in March, 2019. The five articles included in this issue represent a multidisciplinary collection that combines theory, empirical research and practice. As such, the articles draw on a variety of disciplines (e.g., work an organizational psychology, sociology), showcase a range of different types of contributions (e.g., theoretical contributions, empirical papers based on experimental research, case studies, practical intervention tools for WPI) and settings (e.g., various European countries as well as a contribution based on a case study in Guatemala). We hope this collection of articles will stimulate readers’ interest in the topic and their thinking about the application to your own practice.

We also expect to have a regular issue of InPractice published in May, 2019 and if you have any material you would like to put forward please contact us (either using the link below or to Dr Angela Carter). Angela is happy to look at a short draft of your ideas and work with you to develop the publication.

Further, we are currently working on the next special issue on Innovation in Performance Management and Feedback Interventions which is aimed for October, 2019. We’ve already received interesting submissions but we’d love to receive more on the topic. Here’s a short reminder of the call for papers:

Many organizations, including global players like Deloitte, Accenture, or Adobe are turning away from formal performance management systems towards more informal processes such as instant performance feedback (Roberts, 2017). The aim of this InPractice Special Issue is to provide a platform for practitioners and researchers to showcase the latest practice, research and trends in the areas of innovation in performance management and feedback interventions.

We invite both empirical and theoretical submissions and especially welcome contributions from practitioners who have developed and/or implemented innovations in performance management and feedback interventions.
The editors are happy to discuss ideas for proposals and provide further information about the content of the special issue. For further information, contact Colin Roth (
Please submit papers until March, 30 to: