Social Dreaming @ Work

W. Gordon Lawrence
Karnac Books, 1998 - 198 sider
Social Dreaming is the name given to a method of working with dreams that are shared and associated to within a gathering of people, coming together for this purpose. Its immediate origins date back to the early 1980s. At that time, Gordon Lawrence was on the scientific staff of the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations. He was a core member of the Institute's Group Relations Programme, within which he had developed a distinctive approach centring around the concept of relatedness -- that is, the ways in which individual experience and behaviour reflects and is structured by conscious and unconscious constructs of the group or organization in the mind...

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Om forfatteren (1998)

W. Gordon Lawrence is a former member of the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, where he discovered social dreaming in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Currently, he is a visiting Professor at Cranfield, the University of Northumberland at Newcastle, and the New Bulgarian University, Sofia. He is a Fellow of AISA and is on the editorial boards of Free Associations, Freie Assoziation, and Organisation and Social Dynamics. He has published a number of books, as well as writing numerous articles and papers, of which the most recent are Roots in Northern Landscape (1996), Social Dreaming @ Work (1998), Tongued With Fire: Groups in Experience (2000) and Experiences in Social Dreaming (2003). He is a managing partner of Symbiont Ventures, London, which is directed at advancing the idea of social dreaming and its application.

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