How do firms change? How does work change? How are these changes related to each other?
What are the relationships between the choices that structure the work processes and the health of the subjects?

The Research Program “The Organization Workshop” is aimed at studying how firms change and how work is transformed.

The Research Program, initiated in 1983 and coordinated by Bruno Maggi, former Professor of Organization Theory at the University of Bologna, is based on the Theory of Organizational Action.

Il Programma di Ricerca “L’Officina di Organizzazione ™” ha come obiettivo lo studio del cambiamento delle imprese e delle trasformazioni del lavoro.

Il Programma di Ricerca, iniziato nel 1983 e coordinato da Bruno Maggi, già titolare di Teoria dell’Organizzazione nell’Università di Bologna, è basato sulla Teoria dell’Agire Organizzativo.

The Research Program “The Organization Workshop” is aimed at studying how firms change and how work is transformed.

The Research Program, initiated in 1983 and coordinated by Bruno Maggi, former Professor of Organization Theory at the University of Bologna, is based on the Theory of Organizational Action.

The Research Program “The Organization Workshop” is aimed at studying how firms change and how work is transformed.

The Research Program, initiated in 1983 and coordinated by Bruno Maggi, former Professor of Organization Theory at the University of Bologna, is based on the Theory of Organizational Action.

The Research Program “The Organization Workshop” is aimed at studying how firms change and how work is transformed.

The Research Program, initiated in 1983 and coordinated by Bruno Maggi, former Professor of Organization Theory at the University of Bologna, is based on the Theory of Organizational Action.

The Research Program “The Organization Workshop” is aimed at studying how firms change and how work is transformed.

The Research Program, initiated in 1983 and coordinated by Bruno Maggi, former Professor of Organization Theory at the University of Bologna, is based on the Theory of Organizational Action.

The Interdisciplinary Research Program “Organization and Well-being”, formally constituted in the 80s’ after more than a decade of interdisciplinary research about work and health, is aimed at identifying the relationships between the choices that structure the work processes and the subjects’ health as defined by the World Health Organization in terms of physical, mental and social well-being

Il Programma Interdisciplinare di Ricerca “Organization and Well-being”, formalmente costituito negli anni ’80 a seguito di più di un decennio di ricerca interdisciplinare su lavoro e salute, è volto a identificare i nessi tra le scelte che strutturano i processi di lavoro e la salute delle persone coinvolte, come definita dall’OMS in termini di benessere fisico, mentale e sociale.

The Interdisciplinary Research Program “Organization and Well-being”, formally constituted in the 80s’ after more than a decade of interdisciplinary research about work and health, is aimed at identifying the relationships between the choices that structure the work processes and the subjects’ health as defined by the World Health Organization in terms of physical, mental and social well-being

The Interdisciplinary Research Program “Organization and Well-being”, formally constituted in the 80s’ after more than a decade of interdisciplinary research about work and health, is aimed at identifying the relationships between the choices that structure the work processes and the subjects’ health as defined by the World Health Organization in terms of physical, mental and social well-being

The Interdisciplinary Research Program “Organization and Well-being”, formally constituted in the 80s’ after more than a decade of interdisciplinary research about work and health, is aimed at identifying the relationships between the choices that structure the work processes and the subjects’ health as defined by the World Health Organization in terms of physical, mental and social well-being

The Interdisciplinary Research Program “Organization and Well-being”, formally constituted in the 80s’ after more than a decade of interdisciplinary research about work and health, is aimed at identifying the relationships between the choices that structure the work processes and the subjects’ health as defined by the World Health Organization in terms of physical, mental and social well-being

An international, multidisciplinary publication on organizational action, organizational change, organization and well-being. Founded by Bruno Maggi