This special book is designed to offer a short guided tour through the worlds of work and organisations, from a ‘systemic’ point of view.
Where would I best fit in this organisation? How come I always seem to end up feeling responsible for something that has nothing to do with me? How are we going to get this change process back on the rails? What job description would best describe the new manager’s function? What position would be best for me, as a consultant, to take up in a company? How is the market going to react to this new product?
These are just a few examples taken from the thousands of questions about work and organisations that were brought by participants to organisation constellations.
The systemic-phenomenological approach provides often surprising and un-expected insights into work, careers and organisations.
This book is a collection of many of these insights, together with real-life examples, personal experiences and a theoretical framework for it all, that has developed out of five year’s of working with the systemic approach to questions about work and organisations.
The book reads as a selection of articles. Light, always in touch with reality, and with many moments of recognition for the reader it will be stimulating and inspiring for anyone who works in or with organisations.