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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «T-GROUP»
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P & T Group
: 140 Years of Architecture in Asia
This insightful book shows how P&T achieves a harmonious transition from the models of the past into a lively and innovative present.
Organizational Psychology: A Scientist-Practitioner Approach
Although T-group training is carried out as a group activity, it is aimed at the
individual rather than the group. This is because the goals of T-group training are
: enhancement of interpersonal skills and competence, enhanced awareness of
Steve M. Jex, 2002
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Sharon Steuer, 2004
Organization Development and Change
This stem of OD pioneered laboratory training, or the T-group—a small,
unstructured group in which participants learn from their own interactions and
evolving group processes about such issues as interpersonal relations, personal
Thomas Cummings, Christopher Worley, 2014
Indeed, during the first few days of a T-group's existence, group members usually
complain about the lack of structure and the ambiguity, blaming the trainer for
their discomfort. This ambiguity is intentional, however, for it shifts responsibility
Donelson Forsyth, 2009
Exploring Individual and Organizational Boundaries: A ...
The study group situation more closely approximates conditions conducive to
maximal transference tractions to the consultant, while the T-group minimizes
such responses to the trainer. In other words, the study group situation should
W. Gordon Lawrence, 1979
Facilitating Training Groups: A Guide to Leadership and ...
Since the t-group experience is, in and of itself, anxiety producing, the trainer's
comments should be low to moderate in their emotional intensity. Even the most
mild intervention falling on anxious ears will be perceived as threatening.
Susan A. Wheelan, 1990
Handbook of Organizational Consultation
However, much of its early promise for intervening in large-scale human systems
has gone unfulfilled. Its usefulness has been limited by problems of transferability
from the T-group setting to the organization as a whole where the local cultures ...
Robert Golembiewski, 2000
Team Building: Proven Strategies for Improving Team Performance
Many felt that the T-group would be the vehicle that would help change the
nature of authoritarian organizations and help unleash the human potential that
had been suppressed. However, a study conducted by Campbell and Dunnette
W. Gibb Dyer, Jr., Jeffrey H. Dyer, William G. Dyer, 2013
A Course in the Theory of Groups
kind groups, completely determined in 5.3.7, will be important in the sequel. The
smallest finite group that is not a T-group is the dihedral group of order 8. 13.4.1.
If G is a T-group and C = Ca(G'), then C is the Fitting subgroup G. Moreover C is ...
Derek Robinson, 1996