Sharing and building Solution Focused practice in organisations

Hi everyone

I attach here a zip file with the summaries of the various presentations we had at the Vienna meeting in 2008:

Peter Sundman: Pragmatism and SF ideas
Kirsten Dierolf: Rom Harré and Discursive Psychology
Mark McKergow: Complexity: The Science of Emergence
Ferdinand Wolf: Niklas Luhmann’s Theory of Social Systems
Gűnter Lueger: Hans von Foerster’s Trivial and Non-trivial systems
Wolfgang Gaiswinkler: Symbolic Interactionism (George Mead)
Hans-Peter Korn: Agile Software Development
Gale Miller: The Loughborough Group and Ethnomethodology


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