Transforming experience in organisations: A framework for organisational research and consultancy. Edited by Susan Long
Contributor(s): Long, Susan.Publisher: London, Karnac, 2016Description: xxi, 250 p.ISBN: 1782203486; 9780429484254.Subject(s): GROUP DYNAMICS : PSYCHOLOGY IQR | ORGANISATIONS : SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY IQ | PSYCHOANALYSIS IAK | CONSULTANCY : MANAGEMENT TUA ISQ W | ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE TRVOther classification: IQR AK Online resources: Available via Taylor & Francis ebooks - Free to download and keep! Shibboleth login required.
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"This book explores a theoretical model - the Transforming Experience Framework (TEF) - used to understand the complexities and ambiguities of experience within organisational life. The TEF explores how people can take authentic action through taking up roles. The model is initially presented together with an understanding of the nature of unconscious dynamics and their disturbing and creative potentials. The various chapters explore situations, dilemmas and case studies in organisations through expanding on different aspects of the Framework. The chapters of this book are written almost exclusively by men and women who have worked for the Grubb Institute, now named the Grubb Guild, some of them for 50 years and others as graduates or Faculty of the Grubb Institute's Master's Programme in Organisational Analysis and Leadership. Writers include or have been influenced by Bruce Reed, Barry Palmer, David Armstrong, Jean Reed, Bruce Irvine, Vega Roberts, Susan Long, Rebekah O'Rouke and John Bazalgette. The present manifestation of the Grubb thinking is through the Grubb School of Organisational Analysis: http://www.grubbschool.org.uk. Susan Long edits the book in her role as a Faculty Member in the Grubb School of Organisational Analysis.The intention of bringing this collection together is to demonstrate how the model can be used in organisational analysis, research and consulting. The framework has been gradually developed over many years with evolving versions being tried and tested in organisational research and consulting but has not been comprehensively described previously. The framework is in constant evolution and should be regarded as a living model, responsive to new ways of thinking and to changes in organisational experiences and contexts."--Provided by publisher.
chapter One The transforming experience framework / Susan Long -- chapter Two Background to the TEF / Bruce Irvine -- chapter Three The transforming experience framework and unconscious processes: a brief journey through the history of the concept of the unconscious as applied to person, system, and context with an exploratory hypothesis of unconscious as source / Susan Long -- chapter Four Reframing reality in human experience: the relevance of the Grubb Institute’s contributions as a Christian foundation to group relations in the post-9/11 world* / John Bazalgette Bruce Reed -- chapter Five Daring to desire: ambition, competition, and role transformation in “idealistic” organisations / Vega Zagier Roberts John Bazalgette -- chapter Six Working to improve institutional strength: the challenge of taking multiple roles in multiple systems / Rebekah O’Rourke John Bazalgette -- chapter Seven Finding, making, and taking role: a case study from the complexity of inter-agency dynamics / Aarti Kapoor -- chapter Eight Transitioning tasks in an impossible context through use of drawings: a case example / Rose Redding Mersky -- chapter Nine Connectedness with source: our collective reality / John Bazalgette Bruce Irvine -- chapter Ten The experience of connectedness with source: how does one’s understanding of connectedness with source contribute to thinking about accountability in role? / Marjoleine Hulshof.