Organisational Transformation and Ignatian Spirituality

Organisational Transformation and Ignatian Spirituality
Starts from:Thu, February 28, 2019 9:30AM - 12:30PM
Campus Location

175 Royal Parade,Parkville,Victoria,Australia

Course Feature
  • Mode of Delivery Online only
Class Description

DS9169J – This unit is available online only.


In this unit, the student will learn how to integrate Ignatian spirituality to inform organisational practices with the intention to bring about organisational transformation. Drawing from their own vocational context, students will be required to design and undertake effective intervention using appropriate action research methods including developing, testing and modifying working hypotheses as a basis for further action. In the final project of this unit, the student will articulate how the intervention evolved and the subsequent impact of the intervention.


LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion of this unit, it is expected that students will be able to:

  1. design and undertake an effective intervention in an organisation, using appropriate action research methods;
  2. analyse the organisational intervention through developing, testing and modifying working hypotheses as a basis for further action;
  3. illustrate, by way of a work journal, how they have provided effective leadership of organisational transformation;
  4. work transparently and constructively with challenges, criticisms and conflict;
  5. demonstrate how Ignatian spirituality was integrated into and informed their organisational transformation project.

LECTURER

Therese Carroll RSJ


DATE

Every Thursday in Semester 1, 2019


TIME

9:30am to 12:30pm


VENUE

Jesuit College of Spirituality, 175 Royal Parade, Parkville VIC 3052


FEES

For academic credit                       $2,448

Not for academic credit                $1,224


RECOMMENDED READING

Coghlan, David & Teresa Brannick.  Doing Action Research in Your Own Organisation. London: SAGE Publications, 2005.

Coghlan, David. “Ignatian Spirituality as Transformational Social Science,” in Action Research Vol 3(1) 89-89.  London: Sage Publications, 2011.

Delbecq, André, Elizabeth Liebert, John Mostyn, Paul C. Nutt, & Gordan Walter, “Discernment and Strategic Decision Making: Reflections for a Spirituality of Organizational Leadership,” in Moses L. Pava, Patrick Primeaux (eds.) Spiritual Intelligence At Work: Meaning, Metaphor, and Morals (Research In Ethical Issues In Organizations, Volume 5) London: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2003, 139 – 174.

Liebert, Elizabeth  “Discernment for Our Times: A Practice with Postmodern Implications.” Studies in Spirituality 18, 2008, 333-35.

*Long, Susan. “Action Research, Participative Action Research and Action Learning on Organisations” in Yiannis Gabriel (ed.) Organizations in Depth: The Psychoanalysis of Organizations. London: SAGE Publications, 2004.

Long, Susan. “Drawing from Role Biography in Organisational Role Analysis” in John Newton, Susan Long, & Burkard Sievers (eds). Coaching in Depth: The Organisational Role Analysis Method. London: Karnac, 2006.

Long, Susan. “Role Biography, Role History and the Reflection Group” in Susan Long (ed) Socioanalytic Methods.  London: Karnac, 2013.


 

  • Therese Carroll rsj

    LECTURER

    Therese Carroll rsj is a Sister of St Joseph with many years experience as a facilitator in organisational change, leadership and governance; primarily with Religious Congregations, Parishes, PJPs and 'for purpose’ organisations. She is also a Registere...