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Through Participation: Meeting the Challenge of Corporate Change with
the Technology of Participation by Laura J. Spencer
Winning Through Participation is the text book for ICA's Technology of Participation (ToP) methods. Through case studies and theory, it discusses step-by-step procedures for designing and facilitating effective workshops. An introduction to ToP methods and a valuable resource for facilitators.
||The Art of Focused Conversation: 100 Ways to Access Group Wisdom
in the Workplace by R. Brian Stanfield, General Editor
This "how-to" book demonstrate the myriad of uses of the Focused Conversation Method in the workplace. The method has been effectively used in problemsolving, troubleshooting, coaching, research and data interpetation. Part I explains the theory of the conversation method and Part II contains 100 sample conversations designed for use in management situations.
Than Fifty Ways to Build Team Consensus by R. Bruce Williams
This is a practical how-to resource book containing strategies for building consensus in teams. Suggestions are organized into the strategies of purposeful vision, participative process, individual commitment, and collaborative teams. Each activity is laid out clearly with suggestions about context and usage.
|Participation Works : Business Cases from Around the World : An Anthology of Readings on Participation in Private Companies James P. Troxel (Editor)|
|Government Works : Profiles of People Making a Difference James P. Troxel (Editor)|
Prince and Merchant: Citizen Participation and the Rise of Civil Society
Edited by John Burbidge
No longer are people willing to leave it to governments and business to lead. Citizens are seizing the initiative and reclaiming thier rightful place as the catalysts of social change.
This book gives a human face to this global phenomenon called "Civil Society." This book describes the challenges and provides inspiring examples of how these challenges are being met.
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