If you cite an edited book, the main entry is the editor’s surname in the in-text citation if you are citing the book as a whole. In the reference list (Ed.) or (Eds.) is added.
However, it’s more common to cite an individual chapter/article in an edited book. Examples of this you find in edited books
In text citation
In Oxford handbook of organizational change the authors cover the latest trends in research… (Poole & van de Ven 2021).
Poole, M. S. & Ven, A. H. van de (eds.) (2021). The Oxford handbook of organizational change and innovation. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Griffin, E. (Ed.) (2016). A field guide for organisation development: taking theory into practice. London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.