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Title   Congruence Framework : An Opportunity to Rethink The Future of Organisations 

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Author   CHAMBERLAIN Tony  ISBN   9780473278953  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   Unallocated  Group   Commerce/Law View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   Communicatio  Terms and conditions
Edition   1 Type   Go back
Publication Year   2014 
Subject   Business & management 
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Synopsis This book marks the conclusion of the first stage of an ongoing project to create an organisational and personal development framework that will assist organisations, communities and individuals to become more congruent. This 'definitive edition' introduces the Congruence Framework, an idea that 'joins the dots' by connecting with the work of many well known writers such as Peter Block, Peter Senge, Stephen Covey, C. Otto Scharmer, William Isaacs and Raj Sisodia et al. The principles of the Congruence Framework are captured in more than 50 illustrations, which are designed to provide visual summaries of the concepts and constructs that underpin the Framework. Readers conversant with organisational (and personal) development theories and methodologies will be familiar with many of the concepts discussed. However, it is the definition and integration of these concepts within a new organising (or thinking) framework - the Congruence Framework - that hopefully presents a fresh perspective for interested readers. Defining what we mean by congruence, clarifying the nature of purpose and leadership, emphasising the importance of community, reconnecting with the idea of learning organisations, advocating for more relevant (equitable-shared value) organisational outcomes, and rethinking the notions of corporate responsibility and individual wellbeing, are some of the ways this book tries to present and integrate new thinking about familiar concepts.

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