The Psychodynamics of Work and Organizations: Theory and Application
by Czander, William M (1993)
In this innovative book, William M. Czander demonstrates that applying depth psychology to the organization and its employees provides a deeper understanding of the American workplace than traditional industrial psychology has offered. Using a psychoanalytic framework, Czander examines such issues as interactions between employees and management, the conscious and unconscious forces that bind fellow employees together, and the role of autonomy in people's lives. Most important, he details a means of intervention in the form of organizational consultation based on this more profound conceptualization of the dynamics of the workplace.
KeywordsPsychodynamics Of Work, Psychology, Organisational Studies, Psychoanalysis, Workplace Dynamics, Autonomy
ThemesPsychological Centrality of Work
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