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The glass ceiling is the term used to describe the relative exclusion of women and minorities from upper management positions in organizations. This article argues that the glass ceiling does not serve the economic interests of businesses and suggests that consultants routinely assess for this...
There is a growing trend toward using multirater feedback as an administrative tool rather than as a developmental tool. The argument is made that using multirater feedback as an administrative tool rounds out the appraisal process by providing peers and subordinates with the opportunity to...
A case study is used to illustrate and advocate applied anthropological fieldwork in organizational consultation. It proposes a method in which organizational group members can, in an atmosphere of emotional safety and dignity, (a) recognize that they have misdefined a problem and have designed...
This article presents a case study of a consultant who used outcome-based consultation with a supervisor of a medical diagnosis unit for improving her interaction with 15 supervisees. Outcome-based consultation was the strategy used during a 40-hr consultation aimed at changing the supervisor's...
Much psychological testing fails to yield predictions about behavior and requires supplementary interviews for integration and prediction. Data alone are of little help in consultation because they require integration and interpretation. Storytelling is basic to all science. It is no less basic...
This pilot study was conducted to determine the merit of using a jury approach for highlighting likely familiarity and significance of 26 books published in the field of consultation. Anonymous surveys were mailed to 64 prospective jurors actively involved in the consultation field. Group 1...
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