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Monday, 13 October 2008 05:00

Elliott Jaques en Argentina

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La influencia de las ideas del Dr. Jaques en Argentina ha sido significativa. Esto se debe en gran medida a la acción del Dr. Aldo Schlemenson, destacado profesional argentino en el campo organizacional que hizo su doctorado en la Universidad de Brunel bajo su dirección.

El Dr. Jaques tuvo presencia directa en Argentina en reiteradas oportunidades, en diversos proyectos relacionados con la consultoría, la formación de directivos de organizaciones y el desarrollo de profesionales locales. Entre los proyectos de cambio organizacional de mayor envergadura en los que actuó como asesor figuran el realizado en el grupo industrial ACINDAR y en la Administración Federal de Ingresos Públicos, en este último dentro de un proyecto conducido por el Dr. Schlemenson.

Se suman a estos numerosos proyectos en otras organizaciones que fueron asesorados por el Dr. Jaques. Numerosos profesionales argentinos tuvieron así la oportunidad de formarse directamente con el Dr. Jaques, entre ellos el redactor de este blog. A lo largo de los años se desarrollaron varios seminarios abiertos bajo su conducción en Buenos Aires. Asimismo, fue reiteradamente invitado a exponer sus ideas por diversas organizaciones empresariales y públicas interesadas en su potencialidad de cambio.

Argentina es posiblemente es el país del mundo en que su pensamiento está más representado en cátedras de varias universidades. Entre estas se cuentan la Universidad de Buenos Aires, el Instituto Tecnológico Buenos Aires, la Universidad del Salvador, la Universidad de Belgrano, la Universidad Argentina de la Empresa y la Universidad de Ciencias Empresariales y Sociales.En 1998 fue nombrado Profesor Honorario de la Facultad de Ciencias de la Administración de la Universidad del Salvador, y en 2000 Profesor Honoris Causa en la Facultad de Ciencias Económicas de la Universidad de Buenos Aires.

La editorial argentina GRANICA publicó la traducción al castellano de una de sus obras principales, "La organización requerida". Anteriormente, la Editorial PAIDOS publicó tres de sus obras, no disponibles hoy: "La forma del tiempo", "Trabajo, incentivos y Retribución" y "Los sistemas sociales como defensa contra la ansiedad" este último en colaboración con I. Menzies.

Tuesday, 14 October 2008 05:00

Academics and Researchers Blog

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This is a blog for academics and researchers to share what they are doing with each other. 

This means the research they can't quite define.  It means the questions that have no answer.  The data that is promising but has run out of promises.  Maybe sharing these problems will find someone who has an answer. 

For students to ask what questions are open and yet to be asked or answered.  What studies need to be replicated, and may be publishable.   

It is a place for stories, where consultants can find researchers to properly write up their cases - and for both to get credit and credibility. 

Gossip about editors and journals and books - which are open to this approach - what kind of piece fits in which publication - etc.  A place to post future  'special issues' on topics like time or work practices or work relationships that might be of interest and doable. 

Refreshment when a doctoral thesis begins to flag.  Another pair of eyes - friendly but critical.  And a source of outside members of review committees. 

New angles to take, such as - one sure way to solve the current global financial meltdown might be - dare I say it - trust?  How to establish it. 

 And, of course, how to get with it.  How the latest consulting fad and academic fashion can be related to research on RO. 

 Teaching issues, cases, how to explain this theory at different levels.  What readings (start with the Annotated Biblio) work at what levels?  Illustrations that work. 

What schools may have openings and are friendly to this theory.  In this economy, jobs have to be included. 

I sense a huge opening in many areas for RO.  We have to share for these opening to work. 

Well?  What do you think?  Is this too ambitious? 

My best.  -  Ken Craddock  

 

Sunday, 14 September 2008 05:00

GO President's Blog -- Our new web site

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We have been busy these last few months designing our new society web site.

It's a Beta version and we should have Stage I complete and debugged in a couple of weeks.

Take a look and let me know what you think by November 30th.

What to expect from Stage I?

All the old material from our current site has been moved over and some new material has been added.

New features include:

  • Search capability
  • Integrated data base - connecting affiliate accounts (required for all downloads) on-line store, conference and workshop registration, discussion forums, mailing list management system and survey tools.  Affiliates can update their own contact information, photos, and bios subject to editorial review.
  • Tools such as - blogs, photo gallery and backroom for board work and other governance activities,
  • Modular design allows rapid and efficient changes in design, menus and content
  • Built in HTML editors mean volunteers like you and me will be able to make changes ourselves in parts of the site we maintain.
  • Flash video - for better compatibility with computers world-wide
  • Capability to switch between English, Spanish & Portuguese pages.
  • Google analytics - to count page visits and all downloads

Any and all comments will be helpful on:

  • Aesthetics
  • Policy
  • Content
  • Features
  • Typographical errors
  • Ideas for improvements next time.

Your comments best by November 30th, but we will keep making improvements and welcome anytime.

Then we'll be working on Stage II through April 30th - much more functionality and special features including member only collaborative projects and on-line learning modules.

Best wishes,

Ken

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Professional associations & universities that support and / or co-market society conferences


 New York City, USA

IBM International

 

The Argentine Human Resources Association


The European Organization Design Forum

 

Canadian Association of Management Consultants

Human Resource Professionals of Ontario

Human Resource Planning Society

An institute for advanced human resources professional development

An association of academics, business users and consultants headquartered at Aarhus University in Denmark

A USA based association

A Toronto-based association of advanced HR practitioners 

 

An Argentine Society for Quality Improvement

 

The Argentine Society for Training and Development

The Argentine Human Resources Association

Federation of Human Resource Associations in Latin America 

The Buenos Aires Technological Institute

An professional association for public service employees in Canada

Consulting firms that provide financial support

 

A management consulting firm in Toronto, Canada

 

 

Forrest and Company, Toronto, Canada

 

A global network of associate consultants headquartered in Toronto Canada

 

 

Toronto, Canada

 

 

USA

 

 

Australia

 

 

 

USA

 

 

 

USA

 

 

Toronto, Canada

Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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