How to utilize Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Motivational Model for Change

Social Psychology is of great use for everybody that is about to plan a Change. Therefore I decided to start a new series that features some thoughts on Social Psychology and its concepts and theories. This time I want to talk about “Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Motivational Model” and that you better should know it befor doing … More How to utilize Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Motivational Model for Change

Beware of Group Attribution Errors in Change

Social Psychology is of great use for everybody that is about to plan a Change. Therefore I decided to start a new series that features some thoughts on Social Psychology and its concepts and theories. This time I want to talk about the  “Group Attribution Error” and that you better should know it befor doing any Change … More Beware of Group Attribution Errors in Change

How to use the Power of Ultimate Terms for Change

Social Psychology is of great use for everybody that is about to plan a Change. Therefore I decided to start a new series that features some thoughts on Social Psychology and its concepts and theories. This time I want to talk about “Ultimate Terms” that can be used for god or bad… There are words which … More How to use the Power of Ultimate Terms for Change

Masters of Change: Geert Hofstede

Gerard Hendrik Hofstede (born 3 October 1928, Haarlem) is an influential Dutch writer on the interactions between national cultures and organizational cultures, and is an author of several books including Culture’s Consequences and Cultures and Organizations, Software of the Mind, co-authored by his son Gert Jan Hofstede. Hofstede’s study demonstrated that there are national and … More Masters of Change: Geert Hofstede

Masters of Change: Edgar H. Schein

Edgar H. Schein (born 1928), a professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management has had a notable mark on the field of organizational development in many areas, including career development, group process consultation, and organizational culture. He is generally credited with inventing the term corporate culture. Schein’s Organizational Culture Model Schein identifies three distinct … More Masters of Change: Edgar H. Schein

Masters of Change: Chris Argyris

Chris Argyris (born July 16, 1923 in Newark, New Jersey, USA) is an American business theorist and Professor Emeritus at Harvard Business School. He is commonly known for seminal work in the area of “Learning Organizations”. Action Science, one of Argyris’ collaborative works with Robert Putnam and Diana McLain Smith, developed together with Donald Schön … More Masters of Change: Chris Argyris

Masters of Change: Dr. Katherine Benziger

Two decades of teaching and research in psychology working to assist persons to understand, value and use their own and others’ God-given gifts. Teaching personality assessment, neuro-psychology and neuro-psychology to career counselors and human resource professionals. Researching and developing state of the art tools for identifying an individual’s potential giftedness as well as his or … More Masters of Change: Dr. Katherine Benziger

Masters of Change: Albert Mehrabian

Professor Albert Mehrabian’s Communications Model Professor Albert Mehrabian has pioneered the understanding of communications since the 1960s. He received his PhD from Clark University and in l964 commenced an extended career of teaching and research at the University of California, Los Angeles. He currently devotes his time to research, writing, and consulting as Professor Emeritus … More Masters of Change: Albert Mehrabian