Complexity and the Experience of Leading Organizations

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Douglas Griffin, Ralph D. Stacey
Taylor & Francis, 2005 - Počet stran: 208

The contributors to this book are leaders, consultants or managers in organizations who provide narrative accounts of their actual work and daily experience. They explore how the perspective of complex responsive processes assists them to make sense of their experience and so to develop their practice.

Offering a different method of making sense of an individual's experience in a rapidly changing world, this book uses reflective accounts of ordinary everyday life in organizations rather than idealized accounts. The editors' commentary introduces and contextualizes these experiences as well as drawing out key themes for further research.

 

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Leadership and the role of conflict in processes of mutual
17
Editors introduction to Chapter 3
31
Sensemaking
44
Editors introduction to Chapter 4
61
10
69
Mead on the role of emotions in social conduct
75
Emotional resonance and collaborative action
88
13
91
Editors introduction to Chapter 7
151
18
154
Humanistic psychology
157
e Power as differentiating patterns of identity
165
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172
Conclusion
176
A different view of knowledge
183
Novel thinking in SSL
189

e Desires values and norms
101
Values and organizational practice
120
The leader as an emerging role in everyday experience
131
a Leadership and power relations
138
Learning about change
196
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203
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