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Edgar H. Schein is currently a Sloan Fellows Professor of Management Emeritus and continues at the Sloan School part time as a Senior Lecturer. He is also the Founding Editor of "Reflections" the Journal of the Society for Organizational Learning devoted to connecting academics, consultants, and practitioners around the issues of knowledge creation, dissemination and utilization. He has made a notable mark on the field of organizational development in many areas, including career development, group process consultation, and organizational culture. Schein has been a prolific researcher, writer, teacher and consultant. Besides his numerous articles in professional journals he has authored fourteen books including Organizational Culture and Leadership (over 153,000 sold) and The Corporate Survival Handbook (over 34,000 sold). He is generally credited with inventing the term corporate culture
|What Is Help?||p. 1|
|Economics and Theater: The Essence of Relationships||p. 11|
|The Inequalities and Ambiguities of the Helping Relationship||p. 30|
|Helping as Theater: Three Kinds of Helping Roles||p. 48|
|Humble Inquiry: The Key to Building and Maintaining the Helping Relationship||p. 66|
|Applying the Inquiry Process||p. 85|
|Teamwork as Perpetual Reciprocal Helping||p. 106|
|Helping Leaders and Organizational Clients||p. 128|
|Principles and Tips||p. 144|
|About the Author||p. 167|
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