Our Unique Position

Our Unique Position

Feb 22nd, 2011

“CSOC is one of the only psychoanalytically-oriented groups studying organizations at a research university in the United States.”

Late

Late

Feb 27th, 2015No Comments

“Samuel hurried in and grabbed the first seat available. Having quickly sat down he slowly looked up. What was going to happen? To his relief the group leader welcomed him to the meeting as did others. “

What makes leadership “good enough”?

What makes leadership “good enough”?

Feb 19th, 2015No Comments

“…the “good enough” leader (GEL), like the “good enough” mother, does not try to be obsessively and compulsively
perfect, machine-like, in his or her attunement with and response to the organisation…The “good enough” style of leadership contrasts with two culturally widespread and familiar styles of leadership…“hard” and “soft.”

Surveillance of Workers: Ethical?

Surveillance of Workers: Ethical?

Feb 19th, 2015No Comments

“Monitoring is a tool that holds considerable appeal to management, one that should be evaluated for mutual organization–individual benefit.”

Trust at Work: What it Means for Identity

Trust at Work: What it Means for Identity

Feb 13th, 2015No Comments

“What has been referred to as generalized trust has been advanced as a condition for self-identity and the absence of such trust has been found to lead to a corroded sense of self…This study advances the idea that trust may play a similar role in organizations…”

Organizing Atrocity

Organizing Atrocity

Jan 29th, 20152 Comments

“Stokes and Gabriel, if anything, reveal the heavy rationalization of brutality, atrocity, and genocide that justifies and masks evil toward fellow human beings. Whether literal mass murder or symbolic genocide, it requires considerable organization in order to be carried out.”

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