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  • Repetition Compulsion

    "I link psychoanalytic theory with organization theory, learning and change, to address the question: How is the natural tendency for repetition, productive and unproductive, constructive and destructive, addressed in organizational change processes?"

  • Does your organization foster emotional health?

    "Menzies Lyth can be summed up as stating that a failure to provide for attachment needs leads to a failure to attain depressive-position functioning; a state of emotional deprivation goes hand in hand with an experience of meaninglessness..."

  • Organizational Blind Spots

    "In particular, the empirical findings illustrate how narratives construct a self-sustaining frame of reference, preventing the organization from questioning the principles underlying its past success."

  • Heeding the Stains

    Heeding the Stains

    "This paper provides a unique engagement with Lacan’s work in the context of the study and practice of organizational change interventions. It presents an evaluation of well-known critiques and useful recommendations for theorists and practitioners considering a Lacanian approach to this area of management studies."

  • Artifaction and Organizational Development

    "This article explores and defines key elements of an artifaction theory of organizational development (OD) interventions. Four dimensions of artifaction are distinguished: ascription, fabrication, displacement, and reinterpretation. "