Organisational and Social Dynamics Vol.23 No.1

Editor : Aaron J. Nurick, Editor : Matias Sanfuentes, Editor : Claudia Nagel

Organisational and Social Dynamics Vol.23 No.1

Book Details

  • Publisher : Phoenix Publishing House
  • Published : July 2023
  • Cover : Paperback
  • Pages : 158
  • Category :
    Organisational Psychology
  • Catalogue No : 97166

Also by Aaron J. Nurick

Also by Claudia Nagel

Also by Matias Sanfuentes

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Organisational & Social Dynamics (O&SD) aims to create a deeper understanding of organisational and social processes and their effects on individuals, and to provide a forum for both theoretical and applied papers addressing emerging issues in societies and organisations from a psycho-social perspective. It is sponsored by OPUS – An Organisation for Promoting Understanding of Society.

The editors seek to sustain a creative tension between scientific rigour and popular appeal, by developing conversations with the professional and social scientific worlds and opening them to practitioners and reflective citizens everywhere.

Contributions to O&SD include:

– theoretical argument and discussion;

– case studies of consultations or action research projects;

– reviews of books, plays and other artistic works providing insight into organisational and social dynamics;

– analyses and reviews of contemporary social and political events;

– personal polemics and reflections;

– dialogues exploring opposing views.

The annual subscription includes two printed issues a year and includes complimentary online access from Ingenta Connect to current and past issues.

Table of Contents

Susan Long

– Imagining our way in the Anthropocene by Paul Hoggett

– ‘The ticking clock thing’: a systems psychodynamic study of UK organisations that engage the public on climate change by Rebecca Nestor

– The active citizen to salvage our persecuted earth: a need for psychodynamic explorations by Manab Bose

– The problems of and remedy for hope in the Anthropocene Age: a psychoanalytic–political perspective by Ryan LaMothe

– Victims of our own propaganda: cradle life, mother herd, and the pleasure principle by Marilyn Miller

– From mother earth to earth community: a perceptual shift in our relationship with the earth by Margo Lockhart

– Refugia: islands of social awareness in disrupted earth systems by Frank Owen

– Climate Psychology: A Matter of Life and Death by Wendy Hollway, Paul Hoggett, Chris Robertson and Sally Weintrobe
Reviewed by Mark Stein

– Falter: Has the Human Game Begun to Play Itself Out? by Bill McKibben
Reviewed by Rob Ryan

About the Editor(s)

Prof Dr Claudia Nagel is a consultant, coach, author and senior advisor to international organisations and their board members. She is full Professor at the VU Amsterdam University, holding a chair on change and identity. As an economist (MBA), organisational psychologist (PhD) and chartered psychoanalyst (ISAP), Claudia is an expert on strategic management, leadership, and change processes. She runs her own consulting business, Nagel & Company. Claudia is president of the International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of Organizations (ISPSO) and top executive coach for CoachSource. She talks and publishes extensively on behavioural strategy and the psychodynamics of strategy, leadership, and change, and is the author of Psychodynamic Coaching (2020, Routledge) and Leading with Depth (2023, Phoenix)

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