Readings about group relations conferences
The Tavistock Method from Banet and Hayden (1977) A Tavistock Primer
Conference Report (1995) Bob Howard
Shapiro, E.R. & Carr, A.W. (2012) An introduction to Tavistock-style group relations conference learning. Organisational and Social Dynamics,12(1) 70-80.
The group relations readers
Colman, A. D. and Bexton, W. H. (1975). (Eds.) Group Relations Reader 1. Washington, DC: A. K. Rice Institute.
Colman, A. D. and Geller, M. H. (1985). (Eds.) Group Relations Reader 2. Washington, DC: A. K. Rice Institute.
Cytrynbaum, S. & Noumair, D. (2004) (Eds.) Group Dynamics, Organizational Irrationality, and Social Complexity: Group Relations Reader 3. Jupiter, FL: the A. K. Rice Institute.
Readings by CSGSS members
Brunner L.D.( 2002) ‘Groups and Work in the Past and at Present. A conversation with Eric Miller’ in Organisational and Social Dynamics, Volume 2 No 2 pp. 156-178.
Brunner L.D., Nutkevitch A. Sher M. (Eds) (2006) Group Relations Conferences: Reviewing and Exploring Theory, Design, Role-Taking and Application. London: Karnac Books.
Correa, M. E., et al. (1988), Reactions to women in authority: The impact of gender on learning in group relations conferences. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science 24, 3, 219-233.
Fromm, MG (2009) Potential space and maternal authority in organizations. Organisational and Social Dynamics 9(2) 189-205.
Hodges, K & Dybdal, D. (2012) Welcome to AGPA: Two Group Therapists
Reflect Upon Their First AGPA Annual Conference, Group Vol 36.1, pp. 65-84.
Kennedy, D (2003) The changing nature of female power and its impact on male/female collaboration in AKRI work. Cambridge, MA: AKRI Scientific meetings.
Krantz, J. (2011) Reflective citizenship: an organizational perspective. in L. Gould, A. Lucey, L. Stapley (eds)The Reflective Citizen: Organizational and Social Dynamics London: Karnac, pp. 149-162.
Krantz, J. (2010) The Myth that Binds. In H. Brunning & M. Perini (eds) Psychoanalytic Perspectives on a Turbulent World London: Karnac.
Krantz., J. (2010) Social Defences and 21st Century Organizations: A Tribute to the Contribution of Isabel Menzies Lyth British Journal of Psychotherapy 26.2, pp. 192-201.
Krantz, J. (2009) The Evolution of Basic Assumptions In Twenty-first Century Organizations Socio-Analysis Volume 11, pp. 1-15.
Krantz, J., Sources of Hope in Contemporary Organizations in A. Ahlers-Niemann, B. Sievers, R. Redding Mersky & U. Bremer (eds) The Normal Madness in Organizations: Socio-analytic thoughts and interventions. Dusseldorf: EHP-Verlag Andreas Kohlhage.
Krantz, J. (2006) Fundamentalism and the Search for Mature Hope Journal of Organisational and Social Dynamics Vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 258-272.
Krantz, J. (2006) Leadership, Betrayal and Adaptation, Human Relations Vol. 59(2), pp. 221-240.
Krantz, J. (2001) Dilemmas of Organizational Change: A Systems Perspective.” in L. Gould, M. Stein & L. Stapley (eds.) The Systems Psychodynamics of Organizations. London: Karnac Books.
Krantz, J. (1998) Anxiety & The New Order. In E. Klein, F. Gabelnick and P. Herr (eds.) Leadership in the 21st Century Madison, CT: International Universities Press.
Krantz, J. & Maltz, M. (1997) A Framework for Consulting to Organizational Role Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research 49:2 pp. 137-151.
Krantz, J & Gilmore, T. (1997) Parallel Processes as Scaffolding: Resolving the Dilemmas of Ad Hoc Processes. In Altschuler & Behn Innovations in American Government: Opportunities, Challenges and Dilemmas. Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution.
Krantz. J., & Gilmore, T. (1992) Innovation in the Public Sector: Managing the Tension between Protection and Encapsulation. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management Vol. 10, No. 3, Summer 1992.
Krantz, J. (1991) Listening with the Third Ear in Organizational Consulting: Projective Identification in the Consulting Relationship in M. Kets de Vries (ed.) Organizations on the Couch: Handbook of Psychoanalysis and Management. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Krantz, J. (1990) Lessons from the Field: An Essay on the Crisis of Leadership in Contemporary Organizations.” Journal of Applied Behavioral Science Vol. 26, No. 1, pp. 49-64.
Krantz, J. (1990) Group Relations in Context, in J. Gillette & M. McCollom (eds.) Groups In Context: A New Perspective on Group Dynamics. New York: Addison-Wesley.
Krantz, J., (1990) A Biography of Eric Trist. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science. Vol. 26, pp. vii-viii.
Krantz, J. (1985) Group Process under Conditions of Organizational Decline, Journal of Applied Behavioral Science. Vol. 21, No. 1.
Parish, M. (2012) From couch to culture through the therapeutic community. Psychoanalytic Psychology (in press).
Parish, M. (2007) Reflections on the Administrator’s Role. Organisational and Social Dynamics 7:1.
Petriglieri, G., & Stein, M. (2012) The Unwanted Self: Projective Identification in Leaders’ Identity Work Organization Studies (in press).
Petriglieri, G., Wood, J., & Petriglieri, JL (2011) Up Close and Personal: Developing Foundations for Leader Development through Personalization of Management Learning Academy of Management Learning and Education 10, no. 3.
Petriglieri, G., & Petriglieri. J L, (2010) Identity Workspaces: The Case of Business Schools Academy of Management Learning and Education 9, no. 1
Petriglieri, G. & Wood, J. D. (2003), The Invisible Revealed: Collusion as an Entry to the Group Unconscious Transactional Analysis Journal 33:4, 332-343.
Petriglieri, G. (2011) Identity Workspaces for Leadership Development. Chap. 19 in The Handbook for Teaching Leadership: Knowing, Doing, and Being, Snook, Nohria & Khurana, Eds., pp. 295-312. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications.
Petriglieri, G. & Wood, JD. (2005) Learning for Leadership: The ‘Engineering’ and ‘Clinical’ Approaches In Mastering Executive Education: How to Combine Content with Context and Emotion, Strebel, PJ & Keys, T, Eds., pp. 140-154. London: Financial Times-Prentice Hall.
Shapiro, ER (2012) Management vs interpretation: teaching residents to listen. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disorders. 200 (3), 2012
Shapiro, ER. (2005) Joining a group’s task: the discovery of hope and respect. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy. 55 (2): 211-227.
Shapiro, ER. (2009) A View from Riggs: Treatment Resistance and Patient Authority. XII. Examined Living: A Psychodynamic Treatment System. Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychotherapy, 37(4): 679-694
Shapiro ER and Carr, AW. (2006) “Those people were some kind of solution:” Can society in any sense be understood? Organizational and Social Dynamics. 6 (2): 241-257.
Shapiro, ER. (2004) Task: a transcendent notion. In: Percey M, editor. The character of wisdom: essays in honor of A.W. Carr. London: Ashgate Press.
Shapiro, ER. (2001) Institutional learning as chief executive. In: Gould L, Stapley L, Stein M, editors. The systems psychodynamics of organizations: integrating the group relations approach, psychoanalytic and open systems theory. New York : Karnac Press.
Shapiro, E. R. & Carr, A. C. (1991). Lost in Familiar Places: Creating new Connections between the Individual and Society. New Haven and London: Yale University Press.
Shapiro, E. R. (Ed.), (1997), The Inner World in the Outer World: Psychoanalytic Perspectives. New Haven and London: Yale University Press.
Shields, W. (2001) The Subjective Experience of the Self in the Large Group: Two Models for Study. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy 51:2.
Wallach, T. (2006). Conflict transformation: A group relations perspective. In M. Fitzduff & C. E. Stout (Eds.), The psychology of resolving global conflicts: From war to peace (Vol. 1, pp. 285-306). U.K.: Praeger Security International.
Wallach, T. (2004). Transforming conflict: A group relations perspective. Peace and Conflict Studies, 11(1), 76-95. http://shss.nova.edu/pcs/journalsPDF/V11N1.pdf
Banet, A. G. & Hayden, C. (1977). A Tavistock Primer. In J. E. Jones & J. W. Pfeiffer (Eds.), The 1977 Annual Handbook for Group Facilitators (pp. 155-167). La Jolla, CA: University Associates.
Bion, W. R. (1961). Experiences in Groups. New York: Basic Books.
Bion, W. R. (1970). Attention and interpretation. New York: Basic Books.
Chattopadhyay, G. P. (1985). Some speculations on the unconscious roots of organizational culture. Management and Labour Studies 10:4, 169-183.
Etin, M. F. & Cohen, B.D., (1997) Group as a whole theory viewed in its 20th century context. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, & Practice 1:4, 39-240.
Hayden, C and Molenkamp, R. J. (2002) Tavistock Primer II. Jupiter, FL, A. K. Rice Institute.
Jaques, Elliot (1955), Social systems as a defence against persecutory and depressive anxiety, in: M. Klein, P. Heimann & R. Money-Kyrle (Eds.), New directions in psycho-analysis. London: Tavistock Publications, 478-498.
Menzies, I. E. P. (1960), A case study in the functioning of social systems as a defense against anxiety. Human Relations 13, 95-121.
Menzies Lyth, I. E. P. (1988). Containing Anxiety in Institutions. London: Free Associations Press.
Menzies Lyth, I. E. P. (1981). Bion’s contribution to thinking about groups. In J. S. Grotstein (Ed.), Do I dare to disturb the universe? Beverly Hills, CA: Caesura Press.
Miller, E. J. (1990). Experiential learning in groups. In E. Trist & H. Murray (Eds.), The Social Engagement of Social Science. London: Free Association Books
Miller, E. J. and Rice, A. K. (1967). Systems of Organization. London: Tavistock Publications.
Rice, A. K. (1965). Learning for Leadership: Interpersonal and Intergroup Relations. London: Tavistock Publications.
Rioch, M. J. (1970). Group relations: Rationale and techniques. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 20, 340-355.
Rioch, M. J. (1970). The work of Wilfred R. Bion on Groups. Psychiatry, 33, 56-66.
Rioch, M. J. (1971). ‘All we like sheep-’(Isaiah 53:6): Followers and leaders. Psychiatry, 34, 258-273.
Wells, L. (1995) The group as a whole: a systemic socioanalytic perspective on interpersonal and group relations. In Gillette & McCollom (Eds.) Groups in context: a new perspective on group dynamics. pp. 50-85. New York: University Press of America.
Armstrong, D. (2005) Organization in the Mind: Psychoanalysis, Group Relations, and Organizational Consultancy. London: Karnac Books.
Cytrynbaum, S. & Lee, S. A. (1993). (Eds.) Transformations in Global and Organizational Systems: Changing Boundaries in the 90’s. Proceedings of the Tenth Scientific Meeting of the A. K. Rice Institute. Jupiter, FL: the A. K. Rice Institute.
De Board, R. (1978). The Psychoanalysis of Organizations: A Psychoanalytic Approach to Behaviors in Groups and Organizations. London: Routledge.
Fraher, A. L. (2004), A History of Group Study and Psychodynamic Organizations. London: Free Association Books.
French, R. & Vince, R. (1999) Group Relations, Management, and Organization. New York: Oxford University Press.
French, R. & Simpson, P. (1999), Organizational Roles and the Management of Change: A Systemic Approach, in: Yiannis Gabriel (Eds.), Organizations in Depth: The Psychoanalysis of Organizations. London: Sage, 99-102.
Gillette, J. and McCollom, M. (1995). (Eds.) Groups in Context: A New Perspective on Group Dynamics. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.
Gilmore, T. N. & Krantz, J. S. (1985), Projective identification in the consulting relationship: Exploring the unconscious dimensions of a client. Human Relations 38:12, 1159-1177.
Gilmore, T. N. & Krantz, J. S. (1990), The Splitting of leadership and management as a social defense. Human Relations 43:2, 183-204.
Gould, L. J., Stapley, L. F., & Stein, M. (Eds.), (2001), The Systems Psychodynamics of Organizations. New York: Karnac Books, 67- 91.
Hinshelwood, R. D. & Chiesa, M. (Eds.) (2002) Organisations, Anxieties & Defences: Towards a Psychoanalytic Social Psychology. London: Whurr Publishers.
Hirschorn, L. & Barnett, C.K. (1993). The Psychodynamics of Organizational Life. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
Hirschorn, L. (1988). The workplace within: Psychodynamics of organizational life. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Huffington, C., Armstrong, D., Halton, W., Hoyle, L. & Pooley, J. (Eds.) (2004), Working below the surface. The emotional life of contemporary organizations. London: Karnac Books.
Hugg, T. W., Carson, N. M. & Lipgar, R. M. (1989). (Eds.) Changing Group Relations. The Next Twenty-Five Years in America. Proceedings of the Ninth Scientific Meeting of the A. K. Rice Institute. Jupiter, FL: A. K. Rice Institute.
Josselson, R. (2012) Transforming Self, Transforming Institutions: The Life and Leadership Lessons of Faith Gabelnick, A.K.Rice Institute.
Kets de Vries, M. (Ed.) (1991) Organizations on the Couch: Handbook of Psychoanalysis and Management. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Klein, E. B. and Gould, L. J. (1973) Boundary issues and organizational dynamics: A new case study. Social Psychiatry, 8, 204-211.
Klein, E.B., Gabelnick, F. & Herr, P. (Eds.), The Psychodynamics of Leadership. Madison, CT: Psychosocial Press.
Lawrence, W. G. (Ed.) (1999) Exploring Individual and Organizational Boundaries. A Tavistock Open System Approach. London: Karnac Books.
Lawrence, W. Gordon (Ed.), (2005), Introduction to Social Dreaming: Transforming Thinking. London: Karnac Books
Lipgar, R.& Pines, M. (Eds.) (2003) Building on Bion: Branches
Contemporary Developments and Applications of Bion’s Contributions to Theory and Practice. London: Jessica Kingsley.
Lipgar, R. M. & Pines, M. (Eds.) (2003) Building on Bion: Roots Origins and context of Bion’s contributions to theory and practice. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
Menninger, R. W. (1972). The impact of group relations conferences on organizational growth. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 22, 415-432.
Newton, P. M. and Levinson, D. J. (1970). The work group within the organization: A socio-pyschological approach. Psychiatry, 36, 115-142.
Obholzer, A. & Roberts, V. Z. (1994). (Eds.) The Unconscious at Work. Individual andOrganizational Stress in the Human Services. London and New York: Routledge.
O’Connor, C. (1971). The Tavistock method of group study. Science and Psychoanalysis, 18, 100-115.
Schwartz, H. S., (1990), Narcissistic Process and Corporate Decay: The Theory of the Organization Ideal. New York: New York University Press.
Trist, E., & Murray, H. (Eds.) (1990). The Social Engagement of Social Science: A Tavistock Anthology. The University of Pennsylvania Press.
Turquet, P. M. (1974). Leadership – The individual in the group. In G. S. Gibbard, J. J. Hartman & R. D. Mann (Eds.), Analysis of Groups. San Francisco: Josey-Bass.
West, K. L., Hayden, C. & Sharrin, R. M. (1995). (Eds.) Community/Chaos: Proceedings of the Eleventh Scientific Meeting of the A. K. Rice Institute. Jupiter, FL: The A. K. Rice Institute.