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T-Groups – “…the most significant social invention of the (20th) century.”

T-Groups are a unique learning methodology invented in 1946 by Kurt Lewin, who many consider the founder of organizational development. Carl Rogers, a renowned psychotherapist, reportedly described the T-Group as “…the most significant social invention of the century.” We strongly agree. … Continue reading

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Challenging Lewin, and the foundations of OD

The following is my response to a post by a colleague on the OD Network list serve. I hope you agree it was worth re-posting here. After mentioning a few places we converged, I wrote the following: I do think … Continue reading

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