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Research on Professional Consultation and Consultation for Organizational Change: A Selectively Annotated Bibliography

By C. Dwayne Wilson; Bernard Lubin | Go to book overview

Subject Index
All references are to citation entries and not to page numbers.
Absence
culture of, 056
labor turnover, 056
new employees, 056
Action research. See Change
British coal mining, 139
counseling department, 324
effects on productivity, 103
increasing employee involvement, 102
methodology, 094
organizational planning and, 094
problem solving, 102
team work and, 094
worker attitudes, 103
Administrative change, 296. See Change
Adoption
adaptors, 020
computer aided instruction, 339
corporate restructuring, 718
factors influencing, 364
hospitals, 718
instructional technologies and, 364
management innovations, 718
of innovations, 116. See Innovation
role of knowledge utilization in, 831
speech instruction program, 195
Adult education, 172
Advocates for change, 336. See Change Alcohol abuse prevention. See Substance abuse consultation
college males, 350
model for, 350
Analysis
of change, 080. See Change
of emerging organizations, 080
of organizational innovations, 080. See Innovation
Application
theory of, 260
behavioral and cognitive, 291
psychoeducational, 291
consultee characteristics and preferences for, 322
school psychologists and, 275
with teachers, 265
Asessment
health care personnel, 800
multivariate analysis, 800
organizational communication, 800
At-risk-students
and consulting, 283
dropout prevention, 283
Autonomous work groups, model of, 003. See Job redesign; Work groups; Work teams

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