The psychoanalytical theory of object relations along with the subsequent
theory of structural changes served as basis for the following research. The
intrapsychic field of personality’s object relations is formed in the process of
internalization of significant objects, relationships and their corresponding
affects. The following article is dedicated to empirical testing of the main
assumptions underlying the psychoanalytic theory of structural change. The
objective of this research was to evaluate in a structured way the dynamics of
reorganization of object relations and intrapsychic structures of the personality of
the subject undergoing psychoanalysis. The evaluation was based on the method
of differentiated semantic categories. The results of the semantic analysis of the
dynamics of intrapsychic changes confirmed main hypothesis: namely that in the
process of psychoanalysis there is a reorganization of internal object relations;
psychoanalytic work brings about intrapsychic transformations in personality,
specifically, the indicator of the psychic structure Ego increases while at the same
time the indicators of psychic structures Id and Super-Ego decrease.
The aim of this paper is to review basic ideas about the relationship between personality and organization. Particular attention is paid to the concept of person-organization fit. The specific areas of research are considered the study of organizational commitment and identification of personnel with the organization. Constructionist critique of traditional theoretical concepts that underlie the concept of person-organization fit is given. The concept of organizational culture as a modern trend in the study of organizations is described. Analysis of the literature shows that in modern organizational theory and the classical concepts, the philosophy of instrumental rationality and control continues to occupy a dominant position.