The Whole Systems Approach: Using the Entire System to Change and Run the Business

The Whole Systems Approach: Using the Entire System to Change and Run the Business

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Visit Author Page - Peggy Holman

Peggy Holman works with organizations to transform their culture using a variety of approaches involving organizational learning and Total Quality Management. By combining the planning, design, analysis, and project management skills of her almost 20 years in information technology with the disciplines of group process, learning, and quality, she brings a holistic approach to her work. She has worked with a wide range of companies including US WEST Cellular, US WEST Communications, Weyerhauser Company, St. Joseph's Medical Center, and AT&T Wireless Services.

Visit Author Page - Tom Devane

Tom Devane helps organizations plan and implement transformations that utilize highly participative methods to achieve sustainable change. His 20-year career has spanned the fields of corporate finance, information technology, Total Quality Management, reengineering, organization development, and leadership effectiveness. His clients have included Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard, AT&T, Johnson & Johnson, US West, and the Republic of South Africa.

Visit Tom at Tom Devane & Associates

Visit Author Page - Steven Cady

Steven Cady is a scholar practitioner committed to using cutting-edge approaches that inspire system-wide change in organizations, and he is actively pursuing research and practice that unleash passion at the individual and organizational levels. Steven is a Graduate Faculty member at Bowling Green State University, where he is director of the Institute for Organizational Effectiveness and has served as the director of the Master of Organization Development Program. He has also served as the chief editor for the Organization Development Journal. Steven publishes, teaches, and consults on topics of organizational behavior and psychology, change management, and organization development. His clients include DaimlerChrysler, Dana Corporation, Diocese of NW Ohio (Toledo), and The Tavistock Group.

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