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In "Discussing the Undiscussable," 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 the greatest opportunity for change-- the way we think and act. The combination of text, business fable, and interactive and reflective exercises is versatile in its application to both individuals and groups.
Readers will instantly recognize what has long been going on in the workplace, and will be able to develop the skills to talk about it productively. In Discussing the Undiscussable, 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 the greatest opportunity for change--the way we think and act. Discussing the Undiscussable provides a set of practical "how to do" exercises for detecting, surfacing, and discussing organizational defensive routines in a safe and productive way.
Praise for Discussing the Undiscussable "I highly recommend this book to leaders, consultants, and anyone else who wants to help teams and organizations learn to address their most challenging issues. Van Cleave, treasurer, International Board of Directors, Society for Human Resources Management SHRM "In a world of increasing complexity where multiple perspectives are required for addressing work issues, the ability to guide groups in having honest discussions where both intuition and data are given full and fair consideration is more and more important.
About the Author. The Foundational Skill Set. Strategic Interventions: Interviews and Mapping. Engaging Differences. Key Thought Enablers. Mistakes, Continuous Learning, and Progress. Helping Those Who Teach, Learn. Appendix A: Mapping Templates. How to Use the DVD.
Noonan Bill Noonan is an educator and consultant with an international practice that includes facilitation, conducting workshops, and designing web-based learning programs.
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