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(2014). Notes on Contributors. Organ. Soc. Dyn., 14(1):219-223.
(2014). Organizational and Social Dynamics, 14(1):219-223
Notes on Contributors
Nerea Blanqué is a consultant in institutional transformation certified by the University of Glamorgan and the International Forum of Social Innovation. Nerea has international experience as a consultant, in the private and public sector as well as in the online community with ORGDYNE. In the day to day, Nerea works in the strategy department in a big international pharma.
Philip Boxer, BSc MBA PhD, brings over thirty years of consulting experience to his work, helping clients in public, private, and not-for-profit sectors. Focused on the client's development of deep insight while tackling difficult challenges, his practice has developed and uses approaches that increase the agility of organisations and enable them to scale learning across new environments. He has published in a number of books and scholarly journals in the fields of organisational and social dynamics, management studies, enterprise architecture, and systems engineering. Philip received a BSc from King's College London University, an MSc from the London Graduate School of Business Studies, and a PhD from the School of Engineering and Information Sciences at Middlesex University, London. He is a member of IEEE, the International Council on Systems Engineering, the Institute of Consulting, the International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of Organisations, and the Centre for Freudian Analysis and Research.
Dr Naftali Brawer is an Ordained Orthodox Rabbi and the Chief Executive of Spiritual Capital Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation devoted to helping corporations discover, articulate, and embed higher purpose in business. Naftali previously served as a congregational rabbi for close to twenty years. He holds a PhD in Jewish studies from University College London and is a columnist for the Jewish Chronicle and a frequent broadcaster on the BBC. He is the author of A Brief Guide to Judaism: History, Theology and Practice.
Dr Michael A. Diamond is professor and director of the Center for the Study of Organizational Change at the Truman School of Public Affairs at the University of Missouri.
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