Revue de presse
"Vansina and Vansina–Cobbaert (and the two other contributors,Gilles Amado and Sandra Schruijer, who co–author one chapter eachin the more "empirical" third part of the book) make a quite goodpoint on why even people who do not hold a great belief inpsychoanalysis and the subconscious processes among people – thosethat either hinder, or even can be made to help, change andlearning in organizations – should understand these processes andlearn to read them." ( Journal or Workplace Learning)
Présentation de l'éditeur
This book explores the ways in which psychoanalytic thinking can be more extensively and effectively used to the benefit of organizations and groups. It provides future and practicing consultants and managers with an understanding of unconscious and non–conscious behaviour in order for them to create the appropriate conditions for change in organizations. It explains psychodynamic concepts and working principles in an accessible language and clearly describes their use in consulting and management practices using case studies. Case studies and examples are included throughout, and a glossary is provided.