Insight to impact: Strategies for interpersonal and organizational change

Dyer, William G

Published by Brigham Young University Press
ISBN 10: 0842500677 / ISBN 13: 9780842500678
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Title: Insight to impact: Strategies for ...
Publisher: Brigham Young University Press
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Dyer, William G.
Published by Brigham Young University Press (1976)
ISBN 10: 0842500677 ISBN 13: 9780842500678
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Book Description Brigham Young University Press, 1976. Trade Paperback. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dj. 1976 Trade PB. Owner Name Front. No other marks, clean pgs, binding good. 200 pgs. Cover with general light shelf wear. Correct ISBN: 0842500677. Directed to those in the expanding professional world centered on helping and change. Professions include consultants, change agents, organization development speialists, management trainers, personnel specialists, and increasing numbers in education. The first 9 chapters may help plan stratedies for helping others work through interpersonal problems. Chapters 10-16 were written to help those interested in changing organizational conditions and in planning and implementing a program of organizational change. Chapters 17-20 provide a discussion of a number os common organizational conditions that discourage or oppose change. Chap 21-25 are wiritten for the professional trainer and consultant, especially those in the process of developing the skills currently deemed important in the field of organizational behavior. Bookseller Inventory # 004386

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