A Systems Approach to Small Group Interaction
Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1978 - Comportement organisationnel - 348 pages
"A Systems Approach to Small Group Interaction" pioneered the systems approach and is the only book that integrates all important small group topics into a single comprehensive conceptual model. The text also features a unique systematic organization. Each chapter begins with a brief preview, followed by a glossary of terms, a real life case study, and then the chapter text material; next comes several experiential exercises for skill development, and finally the chapter concludes with two original readings.
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