Towards dialogue: bridging cultural differences between professionals and managers

B.M. Simpson, R. Large, M. O'Brien, M.M. Crossan (Editor), F. Olivera (Editor)

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    The conflicts over values between professional and managerial occupational groups remain a significant obstacle to high performance for many contemporary organisations. Dialogue between these groups offers a means for resolving these tensions, but can be notoriously difficult to establish. This paper explores the potential of Personal Construct Psychology as a way of creating dialogue.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationOrganizational Learning & Knowledge Management: New Directions: 4th International Conference
    Place of PublicationOntario, Canada
    Publication statusPublished - 2001


    • dialogue
    • culture
    • organisational learning
    • organizational learning
    • organisational knowledge
    • organizational knowledge
    • personal construct psychology


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