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Author: Gervase R. Bushe
"Gervase Bushe’s career spans three decades of working with organizations to transition their structures, culture and processes away from command and control toward more collaborative work systems. He has published over 50 papers and three books in the areas of organizational change, leadership, teams and teamwork, and his work on organizational change is cited in all contemporary organization development textbooks. He is internationally recognized for helping develop the “appreciative inquiry” approach to change. Prior to joining Simon Fraser University in 1983, he was employed in the organizational research and development department at General Motors in the U.S., where he focused on developing better union–management relations in the transition to team-based manufacturing. Past consulting clients have been as diverse as Shell Oil, American Airlines, Business Objects, Ensign Management, PeaceHealth, MacMillan Bloedel, Citizenship and Immigration Canada, BC Research, Telus, Novellus, Fraser Health Authority and the Vancouver Art Gallery. Over the past 15 years, he has been studying the leadership and organizing processes needed to make these new organizational structures function effectively. Websites - www.gervasebushe.ca / www.clearleadership.com LinkedIn - www.linkedin.com/pub/gervase-bushe/0/6b7/b34"
Sustaining Real Collaboration and Partnership at Work