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The Center for the Study of Organizational Change (CSOC), an interdisciplinary research center established in 1997, was formed to help students, businesses, non-profit organizations, healthcare and government agencies rise to the challenge of changing environments. CSOC champions an innovative curriculum and provides practical assistance to companies, public and non-profit organizations in executive and management development, basic and applied research, change management and organizational consultation. CSOC believes in the advancement of knowledge through research, education, and consultation about organizational change.
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(Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society, 2006)In this paper, we explore the psychodynamics of democracy in the workplace with a particular focus on unconscious and collusive forms of perverting democratic processes at work. We suggest that interpersonally and collectively ...
Organizational Change and the Analytic Third: Locating and Attending to Unconscious Organizational Psychodynamics (Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society, 2007)This article examines the concept of the analytic third in psychoanalysis and psychoanalytically informed organizational change. The analytic third is often defined as the psychological(triangular) space between self and ...
(Karnac Books Ltd., 2003)In the following, I present readers with an overview of Harry Levinson's contributions to psychoanalytic organization psychology. Then, I share excerpts from an interview conducted with him in August 2002 during the American ...
(Karnac Books Ltd., 2004)The authors introduce the concept of moral violence in organizations, by which they refer to emotionally and psychologically abusive and harmful workplace cultures. These narcissistic, organizational cultures, are, ...