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The Power of spirit: how organizations transform

Author: Owen, Harrison Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2000.Language: EnglishDescription: 232 p. : Graphs/Ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 1576750906Type of document: Book
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Book Europe Campus
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Print HD6954.5 .O94 2000
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The Power of Spirit How Organizations Transform Table of Contents Preface Prologue: Spirit Is the Most Important Thing Part I CHAOS, ORDER, AND SELF-ORGANIZING SYSTEMS vii 1 11 Chapter 1 Chaos and the End of Control As We Knew It Chapter 2 Chaos and Learning Chapter 3 Chaos, Order, and the Creative Process Part II TRANSFORMATION: THE ADAPTIVE PROCESS IN HUMAN SYSTEMS 15 25 37 57 Chapter 4 The Standard Business Curve Revisited Chapter 5 Grief at Work: The Journey of Transformation Chapter 6 Organization Development in Four Acts Part III THE STAGES OF TRANSFORMATION 61 67 79 89 Chapter 7 Stages Along Spirit's Way Chapter 8 Over the Edge 93 107 Part IV CULTIVATING SPIRIT: THE CARE AND FEEDING OF THE INTERACTIVE ORGANIZATION 133 Chapter 9 A New Way: Creating Space for Emergent Order Chapter 10 Optimization: A Practical Way of Keeping in Touch Chapter 11 Sustaining the Integrity of Spirit Chapter 12 Healing a Broken Spirit Chapter 13 Everyday Life in the InterActive Organization Chapter 14 Ethics in the InterActive Organization Epilogue Appendix: Collecting the Stories Notes Selected Bibliography Index About the Author 181 199 207 211 215 219 223 231 147 157 175 137

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