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The Johari Window and the dark side of organisations
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  • Stewart Hase, Southern Cross University
  • Alan T Davies, Southern Cross University
  • Bob Dick, Southern Cross University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-1999
Peer Reviewed
Peer-Reviewed
Abstract
The dark side of organisations is a phenomenon rarely dealt with in management training programs and spoken of only in whispers in corporate tea rooms. Conspiracies of silence, collusion, 'jobs for the boys', hidden agendas and collusion are just some of the issues that affect the quality of working life of individuals and the effectiveness of organisations. The Johari Window (Lutz, 1969) has been used here in a modified form to describe aspects of the dark side of the organisation and as a way of bringing them to life for would be players in 'corporate games'.
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Hase, S, Davies, AT & Dick B 1999, 'The Johari Window and the dark side of organisations', UltiBASE In-Site,
September.

Published version available from:

http://pandora.nla.gov.au/nph-wb/19991107130000/http://ultibase.rmit.edu.au/New/newaug99.html