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  • New Book from Howard Stein

    New Book from Howard Stein

    In Stein’s practice, listening deeply is an attitude evoked by the psychoanalytic concept of hovering attention—a careful attending to the person or group one is trying to help and an equally careful attending to how one is hearing these others. This book explores the many aspects of attentive listening through storytelling and includes examples of organizational case studies.

  • To Look or not to Look

    "Here we study how rationality can be used in the service of irrationality. In particular, rationalized, engineered and bureaucratically organized inputs, throughputs, and outputs contain unconscious processes embodied in the engineering of atrocity."

  • 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."

  • 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.