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Popularity of the vast range of emotive and control groups in America today cannot be explained simply by the reputed success of psychoanalysis and groups derived from it and other psychological theories. In their ideal type, these proliferating groups relate to the utopian tradition in Western...
As behavioral scientists take an increasingly active role in planned change efforts with school systems, the need to develop our own skills of collaboration, resource sharing, and creating flexible work structures becomes paramount. No one individual or institution has all the necessary...
Preliminary to a description of five change decisions made by New York City municipal government, rules of political practice as they affect change are discussed briefly, a simple taxonomy of organizational change is illustrated from municipal experience, and differences between the public and...
An experiment studying the process of motive acquisition was conducted with executives of a major American corporation. Each of 1u middle-level executives who were given a program designed to develop and strengthen their need for achievement was carefully matched with a comparable executive...
Students for a Democratic Society, the heads of Brandeis, Berkeley, and Boston Universities, and President Nixon, Prime Minister Heath, Chancellor Brandt, and Premier Kosygin all share one important concern. They want to provide for a better life in society. Each must find ways to cause change...
This paper describes an experiment designed to improve communication in a managerial workgroup. The experiment involved the use of laboratory (experience-based) education (Bradford, Gibb, & Benne, 1964; Bennis & Schein, 1965) and wvas designed on the assumption that improvement of communication...
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