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Understanding and Analysing the Organisation Through a Theoretical Framework: Part Three

In this presentation Dr Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge examines core theoretical bases of OD and looks at five key theories – System Theory, Action Research Theory, Group Dynamic Work, Social Constructionism and Complex Theories.

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