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  • Advances in Organizational Psychodynamics

    Advances in Organizational Psychodynamics

    CSOC and the University of Missouri Press are collaborating to develop theories and methods that describe and explain the relational nuances of power and personality, symbol and metaphor, psychopathology and politics, and meaning and imagination in the workplace.

  • Now Available! New Book from Stein & Allcorn

    Now Available! New Book from Stein & Allcorn

    The Dysfunctional Workplace: Theory, Stories, and Practice by Seth Allcorn and Howard F. Stein is the first in the new book series "Advances in Organizational Psychodynamics." The new series will be published by the University of Missouri Press with Michael A. Diamond, Director Emeritus of the Center for the Study of Organizational Change as Editor-in-Chief.

  • Twinship and Identity in Organizational Narcissism

    Twinship and Identity in Organizational Narcissism

    "Twin organizations may therefore manifest highly problematic dynamics. Specifically, if a twin organization has managed to create what is perceived as a special, different and potentially unique identity, the other twin may be inclined to copy and better its rival."

  • The Conscious Leader – 2014 USA Best Book Finalist

    The Conscious Leader – 2014 USA Best Book Finalist

    Dr. Shelley Reciniello, popularly known as Dr. Shelley, has spent over three decades as a psychologist determined “to give psychology away,” by demystifying psychological and psychoanalytic principles, and providing people and organizations with effective, practical information and methods to change their lives.

  • Online Graduate Certificate in Organizational Change – Enrolling Now!

    Online Graduate Certificate in Organizational Change – Enrolling Now!

    Provides students with a conceptual framework for analyzing, intervening in, and changing organizations. Designed for students who plan to, or are currently, consulting in organizations or who are functioning as change agents in their management roles.

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