Listed below are a number of resources that you might find useful
What is a Group Relations Conference?
Bion, W. R. (1961). Experiences in groups. New York: Basic Books.
Colman, A. D. and Bexton, W. H. (1975). (Eds.) Group relations reader 1. Washington, DC: A. K. Rice Institute.
Colman, A. D. and Geller, M. H. (1985). (Eds.) Group relations reader 2. Washington, DC: A. K. Rice Institute.
Cytrynbaum, S and Noumair, D. A. (Eds.) Group relations reader 3.
Washington, DC: A. K. Rice Institute.
Wells, L. (1985). The group-as-a-whole perspective and its theoretical roots. In A. D. Colman and M. H. Geller (Eds.), Group relations reader 2. Washington, DC: A. K. Rice Institute.
Back, K. W. (1972). Beyond words: the story of sensitivity training and the encounter movement. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
Banet, A. G. & Hayden, C. (1977). A Tavistock primer. In J.E. Jones & J.W. Pfeiffer (Eds.), The 1977 Annual Handbook for Group Facilitators (pp. 155-167).
Bion, W. R. (1970). Attention and interpretation. New York: Basic Books.
Cytrynbaum, S. & Lee, S. A. (1993). (Eds.) Transformations in global and organizational systems: Changing boundaries in the 90’s. Proceedings of the tenth scientific meeting of the A. K. Rice Institute. Jupiter, FL: the A. K. Rice Institute.
De Board, R. (1978). The psychoanalysis of organizations: A psychoanalytic approach to behaviors in groups and organizations. London: Routledge.
Gillette, J. and McCollom, M. (1995). (Eds.) Groups in context: A new perspective on groupdynamics. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.
Heifetz, R. (1994). Leadership without easy answers. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Hirschorn, L. & Barnett, C.K. (1993). The psychodynamics of organizational life. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
Hirschorn, L. (1988). The workplace within: Psychodynamics of organizational life. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Hugg, T. W., Carson, N. M. & Lipgar, R. M. (1989). (Eds.) Changing group relations. The next twenty-five years in America. Proceedings of the ninth scientific meeting of the A. K. Rice Institute. Jupiter, FL: A. K. Rice Institute.
Klein, E. B. and Gould, L. J. (1973) Boundary issues and organizational dynamics: A new case study. Social Psychiatry, 8, 204-211.
Klein, E.B., & Astrachan, B.M. (1971). Learning in groups: A comparison of study groups and T-groups. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 7, 659-683.
Menninger, R. W. (1972). The impact of group relations conferences on organizational growth. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 22, 415-432.
Menzies Lyth, I. E. P. (1981). Bion’s contribution to thinking about groups. In J. S. Grotstein (Ed.), Do I dare to disturb the universe? Beverly Hills, CA: Caesura Press.
Miller, E. J. (1990). Experiential learning in groups. In E. Trist & H. Murray (Eds.), The social engagement of social science. London: Free Association Books
Miller, E. J. and Gwynne, G. V. (1972). A life apart. London: Tavistock Publications.
Miller, E. J. and Rice, A. K. (1967). Systems of organization. London: Tavistock Publications.
Newton, P. M. and Levinson, D. J. (1970). The work group within the organization: A socio-pyschological approach. Psychiatry, 36, 115-142.
O’Connor, C. (1971). The Tavistock method of group study. Science and Pscychoanalysis, 18, 100-115.
Obholzer, A. & Roberts, V. Z. (1994). (Eds.) The unconscious at work. Individual and organizational stress in the human services. London and New York: Routledge.
Redlich, F. C. and Astrachan, B. M. (1969). Group dynamics training. American Journal of Pyschiatry, 125, 1501-1507.
Rice, A. K. (1963). The enterprise and its environment. London: Tavistock Publications.
Rice, A. K. (1965). Learning for leadership: interpersonal and intergroup relations. London: Tavistock Publications.
Rice, A. K. (1969). Individual, group and intergroup processes. Human Relations, 22, 565-584.
Rice, A. K. (1970). The modern university. London: Tavistock Publications.
Rioch, M. J. (1970). The work of Wilfred R. Bion on Groups. Psychiatry, 33, 56-66.
Rioch, M. J. (1971). ‘All we like sheep-‘(Isaiah 53:6): Followers and leaders. Psychiatry, 34, 258-273
Rioch, M. J. (1970). Group relations: Rationale and techniques. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 20, 340-355.
Trist, E., & Murray, H. (Eds.) (1990). The social engagement of social science: A Tavistock anthology. The University of Pennsylvania Press.
Turquet, P. M. (1974). Leadership – the individual in the group. In G. S. Gibbard, J. J. Hartman & R. D. Mann (Eds.), Analysis of groups. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
West, K. L., Hayden, C. & Sharrin, R. M. (1995). (Eds.) Community/Chaos: Proceedings of the eleventh scientific meeting of the A. K. Rice Institute. Jupiter, FL: The A. K. Rice Institute.
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