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The Practice of Organizational Diagnosis: Theory and Methods by Clayton P. Alderfer

By: Alderfer, Clayton P.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Oxford Oxford University Press 2011Description: 532p.ISBN: 9780199743223.Subject(s): Organizational Behavior | Organizational ResearchDDC classification: 302.35
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Acknowledgements Preface Abigail's Story Chapter 1: Social Technology & Theory Chapter 2: The Relevance of Theory for Practice Chapter 3: The Historical Origins of Organizational Diagnosis Chapter 4: The Contemporary Status of Organizational Diagnosis Chapter 5: Anomalies and the Hidden Sense of Crisis in Contemporary Interpersonal & Intragroup Theories Chapter 6: The Five Laws of Embedded Intergroup Relations Theory Chapter 7: Comparisons among Group Level Theories Chapter 8: Several Meanings of 'Empirical Support' Chapter 9: Empirical Support for Embedded Intergroup Relations Theory Chapter 10: Ethical Practice Interpreted by Embedded Intergroup Relations Theory Chapter 11: Negotiating Organizational Entry Using Embedded Intergroup Relations Theory Chapter 12: Methods of Data Collection Informed by Embedded Intergroup Relations Theory Chapter 13: Modes of Data Analysis Based upon Embedded Intergroup Relations Theory Chapter 14: Feedback Designs Derived from Embedded Intergroup Relations Theory Chapter 15: Empirical Support for the Social Technologies Based on Embedded Intergroup Relations Theory Chapter 16: Education for the Practice of Organizational Diagnosis Index

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