Monthly Archives: October, 2011

Another new book chapter: conversations as emergent complex phenomena

I have joined up with the complexity think-tank Synthesis here in London, and they have just published a blog from me introducing (yet another) new book chapter. This one is about how conversations are emergent complex phenomena and the implications for practice, particularly aimed at complexity people etc (and attempting to introduce them to SF ideas).

 

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My landmark review of Solution-Focused Approaches in Management is now out with Oxford University Press!

Two years ago I was approached by Cynthia Franklin to write a chapter on SF approaches in Management for her comprehensive research review ‘Solution Focused Brief Therapy’. It’s now out (finally!) – <a href=”http://www.amazon.com/Solution-Focused-Brief-Therapy-Handbook-Evidence-Based/dp/0195385721/”>click here to see it at amazon.com</a> . This contains a huge collection of research and evidence about SF practice in many field. Continue reading →

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