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(2020). Notes on Contributors. Organ. Soc. Dyn., 20(1):127-130.

(2020). Organizational and Social Dynamics, 20(1):127-130

Notes on Contributors

Eduardo Acuña Aguirre is a professor at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Universidad de Chile. His research, teaching, and professional practice consider the application of socioanalysis. His academic work is focused on understanding organisational change, leadership, society and citizens, and experiential learning.

Ulrike Beland holds a PhD in economics and sociology from the University of Cologne, Germany. She is trained as an organisational developer and works professionally as a director for economic affairs in a non-governmental organisation.

Tim Dartington is an associate of Tavistock Consulting, a visiting lecturer at the Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust, and a professional partner of the Tavistock Institute, where he worked as a social scientist with Eric Miller and Isabel Menzies Lyth. He has a PhD on the dynamics of health and social care and has published extensively, including Managing Vulnerability: The Underlying Dynamics of Systems of Care (Karnac, 2010). He has been a member of OPUS since 1980.

Elisha Davar was a course developer, teacher, and supervisor on the psychodynamic counselling, coaching, and consulting courses offered by the Utrecht University School of Governance (NL). He was a founder member of Group Relations Nederland. He also worked as a psychoanalytic psychotherapist in private practice.

Renate Gr⊘nvold Bugge graduated as a psychologist from the University of Oslo in 1966. She is an approved specialist in clinical psychology and occupational and organisational psychology.

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