Using Kurt Lewin’s ‘Dynamic Approach Rule’

Using Kurt Lewin’s ‘Dynamic Approach Rule’

Launching the first of a four-part series highlighting selected Lewinian principles ...


11 April 2011

Launching the first of a four-part series highlighting selected Lewinian principles …

We are delighted to announce that over the next 12 months the Tavistock Institute’s Sr Fellow in Scholarly Practice, Dr Jean Neumann will be presenting a four-part series summarising selected Lewinian principles that we at the Institute find useful in consulting, research and evaluation.Each article demonstrates Kurt Lewin’s continuing relevance today by using examples from both the archive and from more recent projects.

Dr Neumann starts this series off by looking at the ‘Dynamic Approach Rule’, which can be read here.

‘Lectures and presentations’ is a growing digital repository of our work, thinking and reflections, taking the form of written papers, powerpoint presentations, podcasts and videos. Elsewhere in Lectures and other presentations you will find contributions from Eliat Aram, Mannie Sher and Judy Corlyon.For example, last year in Chicago, our CEO, Eliat Aram, gave a keynote address to the A.K Rice Institute 2010 Symposium: Group Relations in America 2010 and Beyond: Developing a Resurgency Strategy. Her paper, entitled: The Aesthetics of Group Relations- Design, leadership and the art of learning in contemporary GR thinking and practice can be read and heard here.

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