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  • Author:
    Allan Kaplan
  • ISBN:
    0745310214
  • ISBN13:
    978-0745310213
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  • Publisher:
    Pluto Press; First edition edition (August 20, 1996)
  • Pages:
    144 pages
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    Politics & Government
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Uniquely, The Development Practitioners' Handbook views development from the point of view of the individual, the .

Uniquely, The Development Practitioners' Handbook views development from the point of view of the individual, the organisation, the community and society, as well as a living process in its own right, and explains where the development practitioner is best placed to pursue his or her work.

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This book explores the practice of organisation development and group change in a way that will appeal to anyone involved in working towards social transformation.

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This book explores the practice of organisation development and group change in a way that will appeal to anyone involve. Challenging the tendency to reduce development to a technical operation that attempts to control, Kaplan's approach embraces the full complexity of the process of social transformation.

'It is a book that all reflective practitioners should read, and read again . . . [It] deserves to be widely read - even by the most well-worn practitioner' Development In Practice '[It] will be treasured for the deft interweaving of theoretical concepts with honest, sometimes painful commentary on personal practice' Gavin Andersson, Director of Development Resources Centre 'A breath of fresh air . . . This engaging book is a must' Loretta van Schalkwyk, Organisation Development Consultant 'An excellent account-cum-treatise' Orbit (VSO)