Process Consultation Its Role in Organization Development
Edition: 2nd 1988
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List price: $73.33
Copyright year: 1988
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 1/1/1988
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.00" long x 0.25" tall
|Process Consultation Defined|
|What Is Process Consultation?|
|Human Processes And How To Intervene In Them|
|Human Processes in Organizations: An Overview|
|The Process of Building and Maintaining a Group|
|Group Problem-Solving and Decision-Making|
|Group Growth and Development: Norms and Culture|
|Leading and Influencing|
|Appraising Performance and Giving Feedback|
|The Consulting Process In Action|
|Establishing Contact and Defining a Relationship|
|Settings and Methods of Work|
|Influencing Process through Confrontive Interventions: Agenda Management|
|Confronting through the Use of Feedback|
|Coaching, Counseling, and Structural Suggestions|
|Evaluation of Results and Disengagement|
|Process Consultation in Perspective|
|Memo I: Some Comments on Internal Auditing and Control Programs|
|Memo II: Organization|
|Memo III: Erosion of Rationality: One Hazard of Internal Competition on Product Planning|