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Bilson A. (1997) Guidelines for a constructivist approach: Steps toward the adaptation of ideas from family therapy for use in organizations. Systems practice 10(2): 153–177.
Constructivist family therapy offers a model for the application of Maturana’s theories to practice. This paper describes key concepts of a constructivist approach and draws on family therapy to provide guidelines for applying them in an organizational setting. It offers a view of the organization as a network of conversations in which change occurs through the coconstruction of new conversations which widen or change the rational domain in which a problem occurs.
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