Larry J. Krafft,  Ph.D.
Professor of Adult and Organizational Development
Psychological, Organizational, & Leadership Studies

Ritter Annex 249 
1301 Cecil B. Moore Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19122-6091
phone/fax: (215) 204-6017 / (215) 204-6013

  • Ph.D. Michigan State University, Educational Management/Organizational Psychology
  • M. A. Michigan State University, Educational Management/Sociology
  • B. S. Concordia University, Education/Psychology
Areas of Professional Interest
  • Social system dynamics/Complexity theory applications
  • Organizational Assessment, design and development
  • Intercultural dynamics and situated learning
  • Team design, training, facilitation
  • Educational system design, strategy and leadership
Recent Scholarship

Krafft, Larry, J., Brodnick, Robert J. Jr. and Titcomb, Teri Jean. Complexity science as a model for organizational assessment: Practice and limits.Presentation at the 24th International Congress of Applied Psychology, San Francisco, CA, August , 1998.

Krafft, Sandra K. and Krafft, Larry J. Chronic sorrow: Parents' lived experience. Holistic Nursing Practice, v13:1, 1998.

Krafft, Sandra K. and Krafft, Larry J. Chronic sorrow: Parental experience. Presentation at the Kings Collge Conference on Death and Bereavement: Understanding and Treating Complicated Grief, London, Ontario, Canada, May, 1998.

Krafft, Larry J. and Schulman, Marcia, S. Philadelphia's Parkway Program: The long term evolution of an educational innovation. Presentation at the IMTEC International Conference: Secondary Education for the 21st Century, Beitostolen, Norway, Sep tember 1997.

Brodnick, Robert J. Jr. and Krafft, Larry, J. Chaos and complexity theory: Implications for research and planning in higher education. Presentation at the Association for Institutional Research, 37th Annual Forum, Orlando, FL, May, 1997.