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Ce about how to reduce organizational defences to bring about improved involvement and performance. Written in a very difficult style so hard to understand what he was getting it much of the time

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Overcoming Organizational Defenses Facilitating Organizational Learning

Organizational defences that exist in most organizations can inhibit organizational performance Th. I rarely recommend scholarly reading from my coursework but Chris Argyris packs a punch in understanding why organizations simply don t work the way they should This is a relatively short read with immeasurable value Concepts range from intentional learned incompetence fancy footwork and countless other gems that uncover why things aren t as they appear within any organization I highly recommend this for anyone taking on a leadership role in any capacity The lessons learned here would be uite costly to learn through experience Buy it today

Chris Argyris Ñ 2 Review

Is book shows how to diagnose the organization to expose the weaknesses Each chapter contains advi. The preface to this book says it all the usual guideposts of employee morale satisfaction and loyalty are not enough to build organizational excellence Rather excellence comes from learning competence and justice The author shows the path to the latter three Not an easy read but well worth considering


7 thoughts on “Overcoming Organizational Defenses Facilitating Organizational Learning

  1. says:

    I'm right I'll convince you I'm right And we're going to be happy about it That get's to the heart of Argyris' Model I Theory in Use which he attributes as establishing of organizational defenses generating skilled incompetence This information is very useful to have in mind when trying to figure out what the hec

  2. says:

    I rarely recommend scholarly reading from my coursework but Chris Argyris packs a punch in understanding why organizations simply don't work the way they should This is a relatively short read with immeasurable value Concepts range from intentional learned incompetence fancy footwork and countless other gems that uncover why things aren't as they appear within any organization I highly recommend this for anyone taking on a leadership role

  3. says:

    The preface to this book says it all the usual guideposts of employee morale satisfaction and loyalty are not enough to build organizational excellence Rather excellence comes from learning competence and justice The author shows the path to the latter three Not an easy read but well worth considering

  4. says:

    Very very hard to read I will return to it when I have time at hand

  5. says:

    Excellent book I first read in Grad School in 1992 I provides a systematic way to view people based upon their tendency to fib then cover up then get mired in the management of the cover up

  6. says:

    Written in a very difficult style so hard to understand what he was getting it much of the time

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