Jerry L Talley

Jerry L Talley

Jerry L. Talley has over 20 years of organizational consulting experience. Prior to that career, he was an adjunct professor at Stanford University teaching in the Sociology Department for 18 years. Coincident with that experience, he had a practice as a Marriage and Family Therapist for about ten years. Starting in the late 1970's, he moved into organizational development consulting, accumulating over 250 client engagements since that time. His clients included companies in high tech R&D, hospitality, health care, the military, manufacturing, banking and credit unions, education, publishing, mental health, city and county government, not-for-profits, and large consulting houses...and one organic grocery store.

Throughout all these experiences, the common focus was on how people think about and manage complex situations, how they attempt to solve the problems in their world, and how they form relationships with others in that effort.




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Articles and Video:

Unwanted Repetitive Patterns In Organizations (04/05/99)
The authors describe samples of what they now recognize as a particular configuration or syndrome in organizations or departments. They welcome any additional thoughts about the dynamics involved as well as any clues about where/how to intervene.