What lies beneath: How organisations really work

Menon, Ajit and Hough, Trevor (2021) What lies beneath: How organisations really work. Phoenix Publishing House, Bicester. ISBN 9781789562194

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Abstract

This book looks beyond the public face and below the surface of organisations. Using a deceptively easy-to-read and accessible narrative concerning eight international organisations, it covers many fields: real estate, banking, finance, retail, market research, wildlife reserve, fashion, and IT. Each case presents a particular situation or event ranging from dealing with conflict to working with culture and team dynamics. Opened by an incisive foreword from Vega Zagier Roberts, there comes a clear introduction of the authors journey so far within the field of organisation development. Each compelling story demonstrates the complexity of working with organisational problems. The supervision conversations captured within clearly show how consultants can get caught up in and derailed by the dynamics of the organisational system. This book is written for those who work in and with organisations for founders and executives, for leaders and managers, and especially for other organisational consultants and those who work with or are considering working with them. Through these accounts, the authors encourage interest and curiosity in a way of working with what lies beneath the surface.

Item Type: Book
Subjects: Groups & Organisations > Groups/Institutions/Organisations
Groups & Organisations > Organisational Development
Psychological Therapies, Psychiatry, Counselling > Consultation
Department/People: Visiting Lecturer
URI: http://repository.tavistockandportman.ac.uk/id/eprint/2327

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