The Congruence of People and Organizations: Healing Dysfunction from the inside Out

Synopsis

This book focuses on a step-by-step approach to creating change within organizations from an inside-out developmental process. Traditional change processes for organizations occur through an external stimulus that demands change. This book suggests that there is a fallacy in changing for change's sake, and starts from the premise that dysfunction is created because the individual or the organizational system is out of balance. The book focuses on how to create balance--congruence within the organization and the person through an analytical and practical approach. The key is recognizing that no one style or belief structure is more correct than another; rather, that the style is congruent and consistent for the organization and the person.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Jack R. Gibb
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1993

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