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Intervention Research in management (IRM) shares a field-oriented methodology and an experimental logic with action research, but it differs from it by its basic assumptions about the essence and history of management research. IRM supposes the close combination of (a) the theoretical perspective that management situations with the most important research potential are the ones that ...

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