Index

a
accountability 71
action learning 32 , 114-20 , 124 , 125 , 147
action research 39-40
Alvesson, M. 128
Antonacopoulou, E. 5 , 78
anxiety:
learning and 59-60 ;
management of 44
Araujo, L. 26 , 41
Argyris, C. 41 , 54 , 94
Armstrong, D. 5 , 40 , 76 , 78 , 93
Aspinwall, K. 41
assumption breaking 108
Avery, C. 130
avoidance 59

b
Bain, A. 44 , 45 , 93 , 94
Baum, H.S. 94
Bazelgette, J. 40 , 112
Bennis, W. 127 , 128 , 130
best value 69-70
Bion, W.R. 28 , 45
blame 13 ;
culture 68-9 ;
politics of, case study 63-74
blended learning 149
Bontis, N. 42
Boshyk, Y. 114
Bostrom, R.P. 41
Boydell, T. 41
British Takeover Panel 80
Broussine, M. 27 , 41 , 94
Brown, A.D. 5
Brown, L.M. 127
Bryman, A. 130
Burgoyne, J. 4 , 26 , 41 , 43 , 54
business re-engineering 108 , 152

c
Callahan, J.L. 78
Cardona, F. 93
Carr, A.W. 112 , 113 , 122
caution 13 , 14 ;
politics of, case study 63-74
change 15 , 16 ;
fear of 103 ;
implications for understanding 101-3 ;
managing 20 , 98 , 91-2 , 103-4
Chia, R. 156
Clegg, S. 26
cognitive traits 129
Cohen, M.D. 41
Coleman, A.D. 120
collaborative leadership 132
collective action 110
collective knowledge 18
collective leadership 140 , 141 , 142 , 144-5
collective learning 26 , 159
collective reflection 72-3 , 123
collective reflection-in-action 159-60
communication 68
communities of practice 26
confidence 97 , 99 , 100
consultant, role of 153-4
contested relations 77
Cooper, A. 93
Coopey, J. 4 , 41 , 43 , 48 , 54
Coutu, D. 31 , 39 , 44
Create Our New Company (CONC) initiative 40 , 45-51 , 51-2 , 55-6 , 61 , 62 ;
emotion and learning 49-51 ;
organizational dynamics 47-8 ;
politics and learning 48-9
critical reflection 106 , 108
critical thinking in adult education 32

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations viii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • 1 - An Introduction 1
  • 2 - Strategic Learning and Hrd 13
  • 3 - Power, Emotion and Organizational Learning 38
  • 4 - Emotion and Strategic Learning 58
  • 5 - Being Taken Over 76
  • 6 - The Politics of Imagined Stability 91
  • 7 - Organizing Reflection 106
  • 8 - Redefining Leadership 127
  • 9 - The Point of Intervention 146
  • References 161
  • Index 170
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