Dr. Sperry sequentially reviews organizational dynamics, the concept of organizational diagnosis, and a menu of possible organizational interventions. He guides the reader to extending the perspective of an experienced clinician, who uses a basic-science understanding of relevant phenomena to clarify a sense of the problem and then tailors an intervention appropriately. In three chapters dealing with the clinical-organizational interface—called "Clinical-Organizational Interventions," "Executive Dynamics," and "Executive Consulting, Psychotherapy, and Coaching"—the text frames a wide variety of consultative interventions that draw specifically on the psychological skills of clinicians who have become consultants. Dr. Sperry shows how our understanding of personality, adult development, stress, change, aggression, and group process, all of them basic skill sets for the dynamically trained psychiatrist, can be transmuted and applied in organizational settings. By providing tables and outlines—for instance, an outline for interviews aimed at creating an organizational diagnosis—along with annotated references, this book positions itself to be a platform for further learning and skill development.