Advances in Organization Development, Volume 3

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Fred Massarik
Greenwood Publishing Group, 1990 - Business & Economics - 308 pages
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Contents

The Invented and Described Organism IDO as Organizational Metaphor
3
Nowhere to Stand How Academia is Failing Organization Development
18
Emotional Scripts and Change in Organizations
32
Reflections on Organizational Diagnosis in OD Consulting
63
Quality in Leadership and Management The EntrepreneurA Dreamer Who Does
109
The Issue of Transformation
117
Incremental Change and Transformation in Persons and Systems
119
Power Sources and Social Influence Strategies of Internal Transformational Change Agents
127
Change Processes in Catholic Religious Orders
182
Experimenting With New Methods and Approaches
201
On Dialogue and the Practice of Organization Development A ComputerMediated Conference
203
New Changes in the Office Work Environment Toward Integrating Architecture OD and Information Systems Paradigms
243
The Use of Two Languages as Organizational Behavior
266
Harnessing Managerial Potential Through Dreams
282
Author Index
301
Subject Index
307

On Creating Minimal Conditions for Transformational Change Reflections on Working in Eastern Europe and Russia
144
In Times Of Change Moving Towards Postindustrial Futures and CommunityMinded SelfGovernance
172
Publishers Note
311
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