Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

The School as Learning Organization: Validation of the DLOQ with School Staff
by Benjamin, Donna, Psy.D., Alfred University, 2009, 78; 3433910
Abstract (Summary)

Organizational learning as it is defined in management scholarship literature differs from traditional school psychology literature targeting systems change. Consultation in school psychology is a means for implementing positive school change however new tools are needed for assessing this kind of organizational change. This study evaluates the usefulness of the DLOQ (Dimensions of Learning Organization Questionnaire) using school personnel as respondents. The DLOQ can be used very well in schools and serve as a link between the individual school psychologist consultant and large systems change.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Gaughan, Edward
Commitee: Greil, Larry, Lauback, Cris
School: Alfred University
Department: Division of Counseling and School Psychology
School Location: United States -- New York
Source: DAI-A 72/02, Dissertation Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Social psychology, Educational psychology
Keywords: Consultation, Learning organization, Organizational psychology, School
Publication Number: 3433910
ISBN: 9781124400877
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