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Discussing the Undiscussable: A Guide to Overcoming Defensive Routines in the Workplace
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John Wiley Since his the Landmark book Overcoming Organizational Defenses Chris Argyris has extensively researched and written about how well-meaning smart people create vicious Cycles of Defensive Behavior to protect themselves from embarrassment and threat.
In Discussing the Undiscussable. Bill Noonan enlivens the s Paperback.
Bill Noonan enlivens the scholarly work of Chris Argyris through the use of reflective exercises and easy-to-read chapters that illuminate the basic human experience endemic to the creation of defensive routines.
This book offers hope for altering organizational defensive routines by leveraging dicussing greatest opportunity for change-the way we think and act. Discussing the Undiscussable provides a set of practical how to do exercises for detecting. Paperbackpages.
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Be the first to ask a question about Discussing the Undiscussable. Lists with This Book. Good content undiscudsable maybe because I knew Mutual Learning from Skilled Facilitator book already and also find myself being not very engaged in the book a bit bored?
I’m giving only 3 stars. However if you don’t know Mutual Learning approach it should be a good one.
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