Although most of us have to be concerned primarily with the welfare of our own organizations, we recognize that these organizations prosper only as the society as a whole prospers. Society presently faces a set of complex problems, and neither the bureaucratic process of executive decision‐making nor the adversary process of political decision‐making seems well adapted to their resolution. What appears to be required is a process for developing new perceptions of the situation, the facts, and the action possibilities.
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