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Author Armstrong, David (Psychologist)
Title Organization in the mind : psychoanalysis, group relations, and organizational consultancy : occasional papers 1989-2003 / David Armstrong ; edited by Robert French ; foreword by Anton Obholzer.
Imprint London ; New York : Karnac, 2005.

Author Armstrong, David (Psychologist)
Series Tavistock Clinic series.
Tavistock Clinic series.
Subject Psychoanalysis.
Organizational behavior.
Group relations training.
Alt Name French, Robert, M. Ed.
Obholzer, Anton.
Description 1 online resource (xvii, 167 pages).
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Summary David Armstrong has been a leading figure internationally in the fields of organizational consultancy and group relations for many years. Robert French and Russ Vince have gathered together, for the first time, his key writings in this area. This is essential reading for managers and leaders, as well as organizational consultants, academics and students of organizations. Part of the Tavistock Clinic Series.
Contents COVER; SERIES EDITOR'S PREFACE; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; EDITOR'S NOTE; FOREWORD; CHAPTER ONE: Organization in the mind:an introduction; CHAPTER TWO: Names, thoughts, and lies:the relevance of Bion's later writingfor understanding experiences in groups; CHAPTER THREE: The "organization-in-the-mind":reflections on the relation of psychoanalysisto work with institutions; CHAPTER FOUR: The analytic object in organizational work; CHAPTER FIVE: The recovery of meaning; CHAPTER SIX: "Psychic retreats":the organizational relevanceof a psychoanalytic formulation
CHAPTER SEVEN: Emotions in organizations:disturbance or intelligence?CHAPTER EIGHT: Keeping on moving; CHAPTER NINE: Making present:reflections on a neglected function of leadershipand its contemporary relevance; CHAPTER TEN: The work group revisited:reflections on the practice and relevanceof group relations; REFERENCES; INDEX
ISBN 9781849404594 (electronic bk.)
1849404593 (electronic bk.)
1855753979 (pbk.)
9781855753976
OCLC # 759160073
Additional Format Print version: Armstrong, David, MA. Organization in the mind. London ; New York : Karnac, 2005 (DLC) 2005282958.


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