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Transforming Experience in Organisations

A Framework for Organisational Research and Consultancy

Inbunden Engelska, 2019-07-05
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This book demonstrates how the transforming experience framework (TEF) model can be used in organisational analysis, research, and consulting. It analyses the use of the TEF for examining both theoretical and practical issues in the field of socioanalysis and systems psychodynamics.
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Preface -- Introduction -- The transforming experience framework -- Background to the TEF -- 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 -- 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 -- Daring to desire: ambition, competition, and role transformation in "idealistic" organisations -- Working to improve institutional strength: the challenge of taking multiple roles in multiple systems -- Finding, making, and taking role: a case study from the complexity of inter-agency dynamics -- Transitioning tasks in an impossible context through use of drawings: a case example -- Connectedness with source: our collective reality -- The experience of connectedness with source: how does one's understanding of connectedness with source contribute to thinking about accountability in role?