Organizational Behavior / Dynamics

Theory E²: Working with Entrepreneurs in Closely Held Enterprises: XII. Assessment in the Enterprise Cycle (Part One)

Theory E²: Working with Entrepreneurs in Closely Held Enterprises: XII. Assessment in the Enterprise Cycle (Part One)

In the previous essay (XI) I introduced a key concept in the creation of an appreciative, closely held enterprise: appreciation …

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COVID-19: Organizational Challenges and Opportunities

COVID-19: Organizational Challenges and Opportunities

[Additional essays and videocasts regarding psychological ramifications of the COVID-19 virus outbreak can be found at: https://communitiescollaborating.com/[ Kevin Weitz, Psy.D. …

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The Postmodern Condition: II. Troubling Ambiguity with Shifting Boundaries and Multiple Roles

The Postmodern Condition: II. Troubling Ambiguity with Shifting Boundaries and Multiple Roles

Frederic Jameson speaks about the troubling ambiguities of the boundaries that exist in this new era. This troubling ambiguity exists at all levels-personal, group, organizational and societal.

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Spirituality in Organizations

Spirituality in Organizations

Spirituality is an emergent property arising from this constellation of evolved traits and is the most complete description of human nature. Spirituality has a biological/ psychological/ cultural basis and does not derive from natural or religiously explained sources

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