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Arsham 1994–2001) These experiences and concepts made a great impression on Pichon-Rivière, and he immediately tried to apply them to his own field. He therefore conceived the group coordinator as an operational research analyst, who would diagnose the problem-solving strategies of his client-group and group members, trying to identify where they have gone wrong, and helping them to find a better strategy. He therefore conceived and carried out, in 1958, his famous ‘Rosario Experience’, in which the Argentine Institute for Social Studies that he had founded was to be the analyst, and the whole city of Rosario would be the client (Pichon-Rivière et al.
As we have seen, the group task has two dimensions. e. the productive work aimed at achieving the manifest goal of the group, such as study, therapy, decision making, solving some specific problem, etc. Then, there is the internal, implicit task, which at the beginning is only apparent to the coordinator. This is the set of operations that have to be carried out by the group, in order to establish, maintain, and develop the same group as a working team (Ahumada, Dellarosa and Koltan 1971). e. that continuous work that our body has to carry out, just to keep on living, even when it is in repose – and the external task, with the additional energy expended by our organism whenever it starts to ‘do something’.
Pichon-Rivière uses this term in order to refer to the set of decisions to be taken about the specific instruments and operations that will be used when intervening in particular situations. Such instruments may be, for example, ‘interpretation’, ‘frequency of sessions’, ‘psycho-dramatic exercises’, and so on. The sequence strategy–tactics–technique goes from the more general to the more particular decisions. Therefore, tactics must always be subordinated to strategy, and technique to tactics. Pichon-Rivière et al.