In this paper, the authors use archetypal theory to explore the relationship between personal and
organizational development and the role of tacit knowledge and active imagination in such development.
The authors claim that organizational change occurs within each person as well as at the
more frequently studied levels of small group and large system; and that individuals and their relationship
with work and the organization as experienced develop concurrently. The authors’ position
is illustrated through a case taken from a larger qualitative study using methods of data collection
and analysis rooted in an interpretive framework.
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