Assumptional Analysis A Methodology for Strategic Planning with Jim Emshoff and

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"Assumptional Analysis: A Methodology for Strategic Planning," with Jim Emshoff and Ralph Kilmann, Management Science , Vol. 25 (1979), pp. 583-593; also reprinted in Improving Evalua-tions , L. Datta, and R. Perloff (eds.), Beverly Hills: Sage, 1979, pp. 208-225. "Problem Defining versus Problem Solving: A Critical Distinction in the Consulting/Intervention Process," with Ralph Kilmann, California Management Review , Vol. XXI (1979), pp. 26-33. "Interpersonal Communication for Knowledge Utilization, Putting Freud and Jung Back Together--Again," with D. Mitroff, Knowledge , Vol. 1 (1979), pp. 203-218. "Beyond Open Systems Models of Organization," with Lou Pondy, in B. Staw and L. L. Cummings (eds.), Research in Organizational Behavior , Vol. I, Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1979, pp. 3-39. "Management Information Versus Misinformation Systems," with R. H. Kilmann, and V. P. Barabba, in Management Principles for Nonprofit Agencies and Organizations , G. Zaltman (ed.), Amacom, 1979, pp. 401-432. On the Nature of Psyche in Systems Thinking: Prospects and Paradoxes in Learning to Think Systemically," In Education in Systems Science , B. A. Bayraktar (ed.), London: Taylor, 1979, pp. 206-210. "The Obsolescence of Evaluation Research," with W. N. Dunn, and S. J. Deutsch, Evaluation and Program Planning . "Eminent Psychologists and Selenologists: A Comparative Study of Their Views of Science," in Psychology in Social Context , A. R. Buss (ed.), Irvington, New York, 1979, pp. 307-328. "Sophomores, Rats, and Referees: How Psychologists View Their World," Human Relations , Vol. 32 (1979), pp. 591-604. 41
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"On Managing Science Holistically," for a special issue of Public Administration Review , B. Bozeman and I. I. Mitroff (eds.), Vol. 39, No. 2 (1979), pp. 129-133. "Peer Review at NSF: A Dialectical policy Analysis," with Daryl Chubin, Social Studies of Science , Vol. 9 (1979), pp. 199-232. "Experimental Technology Assessment: Explorations in Processes of Interdisciplinary Team Research," Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change , Vol. 15 (1979), pp. 87-94, with Daryl Chubin, et al. "Secure Versus Insecure Forms of Knowing in University Settings: Two Archetypes of Inquiry," Journal of Higher Education . Book review of Perspectives in the Sociology of Science by Stuart S. Blume (ed.), Philosophy of Science , Vol. 46 (1979), pp. 334- 335. 1978 "The Role of Idealization in Long Range Planning: An Essay on the Logical and Social-Emotional Aspects of Planning," with Jim Emshoff, Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change , Vol. 11, No. 4 (1978), pp. 335-348. "Zen and the Art of Implementation: Speculations on a Holistic Theory of Management," Journal of Enterprise Management , Vol. 1, No. 11 (1978), pp. 55-67. "Systemic Problem Solving," in M. W. McCall and M. M. Lombardo (eds.), Leadership, Where Else Can We Go? , Durham: Duke University Press, 1978, pp. 129-144. "Afterthought, on the Leadership Conference," with Lou Pondy, in M. W. McCall and M. M. Lombardo, Leadership, Where Else Can We Go? , Durham: Duke University Press, 1978, pp. 145-149. "Issues and Variables Affecting Organizational Problem Formula- tion," with Marjorie Lyles, Proceedings of the Eastern Academy of Management , Fifteenth Annual Meeting, May, 1978, pp. 67-71.
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