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(2014). Notes on Contributors. Organ. Soc. Dyn., 14(2):432-435.

(2014). Organizational and Social Dynamics, 14(2):432-435

Notes on Contributors

Seth Allcorn, PhD, MBA, is the former Vice President for Business and Finance at the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine. Dr Allcorn has more than twenty years of experience working with physicians, hospitals, and academic medical centers. He has served as a financial and administrative assistant dean at the Texas Tech School of Medicine and associate dean for the Stritch School of Medicine, Loyola-Chicago. He has also managed two departments of internal medicine for the University of Missouri-Columbia and University of Rochester. He has worked for more than twenty years as a part-time and full-time organisational consultant specialising in the management of change, strategic planning, and organisational restructuring. Currently, he is Research Associate, Center for the Study of Organizational Change, Truman School of Public Affairs, University of Missouri, Columbia. Dr Allcorn is extensively published. He is the author or coauthor of a dozen books, a half a dozen chapters, and over seventy-five papers that have appeared in scholarly and practitioner journals.

Ulla Charlotte Beck, Cand. mag. political science and psychology. Owner of *UB* consultancy and psychotherapeutic clinic, established 1988. Trained in group analysis and in MBT. External lecturer at MPO. Co-founder of and staff member of OPU/IGA, member of OPUS and ISPSO. Author of Psychodynamic Coaching. Focus and Depth (Karnac, 2012). Latest English publication: “Psychodynamic coaching” in Mastery in Coaching (Kogan Page, 2014).

Olya Khaleelee is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist, corporate psychologist, and organisational consultant, with particular interests in leadership and organisational transformation. She has been associated with the Tavistock Institute for over thirty years in action research consultancy and in developing group relations in the UK and abroad from a psychoanalytic and systemic perspective. She has published extensively.

William P. Macaux, PhD, MBA is Senior Vice President of Executive Development with Bates Communications, Boston, MA, USA. He has also served as a Managing Director with other international consultancies (RHR International and Right Management) that serve executive-level leaders. He holds a PhD in Counseling Psychology, an MBA, and an MS in Applied Systems Theory.

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