Systems and Meaning: Consulting in Organizations

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Routledge, Apr 27, 2018 - Psychology - 206 pages
This book looks at organisational problems occurring in a particular context, and clearly traces the way problems arise out of relations amongst the different parts of the larger system. It also pursues the meanings that these problems have for individuals and organisations alike. The authors, who are both practitioners experienced in working with organisations, show how their ideas can be implemented in different settings.
 

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Contents

ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Key concepts in systemic thinking
When consultation is considered
Organizational consultation and learning
Consultation as the staging of collective learning processes
a consultation in a private
A systemic model of learning
a consultation in a municipality
Turning systemic ideas into practice
When two consultants work
the qualitative leap
Receiving supervision and the individual learning spiral
Future leaders have to be experts at learning processes
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Haslebo, Gitte

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