By Robert Wegener, Michael Loebbert, Agnès Fritze
Gesellschaft als entscheidende Referenz für die Entwicklung von training und training als treibende Kraft gesellschaftlicher Entwicklung wiederspiegeln ein Verhältnis, das im Coaching-Diskurs bisher so noch nicht thematisierte wurde. Der vorliegende Sammelband schließt diese Lücke und lässt renommierte Autorinnen und Autoren (Dirk Baecker, Beate Fietze, Erik de Haan/Nadine web page, Jesus Hernandez Aristu, Harald Geiβler, Marianne Hänseler, Michael Loebbert/Louis Klein/Markus Rettich, Reinhard Stelter) zu Wort kommen. Aus unterschiedlichen disziplinären Perspektiven diskutieren diese verschiedene Sichtweisen zum Verhältnis von training und Gesellschaft: training im Zeitalter von Hyperkomplexität, ein kulturhistorischer Blick in die Zukunft des Coachings, eine gesellschaftskritische Sicht aufs training. Eine aktuelle Meta-Studie zur Wirksamkeit und zu den Erfolgsfaktoren von training (Nadine web page, Erik De Haan) bildet den empirischen Rahmen des Sammelbands.
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System and Structure: Essays in Communication and Exchange. London: Tavistock. Über den Autor Dirk Baecker ist Professor für Kulturtheorie und Management in der Fakultät für KulturreÁexion an der Universität Witten/Herdecke. Seine Arbeitsgebiete sind die soziologische Theorie, Kulturtheorie, Wirtschaftssoziologie, Organisationsforschung und Managementlehre. Zuletzt erschienen Beobachter unter sich: Eine Kulturtheorie (Suhrkamp 2013), Neurosoziologie: Ein Versuch (edition unseld, Suhrkamp 2014), Kulturkalkül (Merve 2014).