Positive Business Scholars from Across the Globe to Connect at U-M Ross
More than 80 positive business scholars from across the globe will gather at U-M Ross this weekend to present new research findings and collaborate with peers.
It’s part of Ross’ Center for Positive Organizational Scholarship 2013 Research Conference, “A Positive Thread: Connecting the Dots,” which aims to help researchers make connections with each other and work together across research topics.
“I’m really excited that we’re convening this again,” Chris White, managing director of the Center for Positive Organizational Scholarship said. “World-class scholars will come together at Ross to work on understanding the science of helping leaders build organizations that bring out the best in people.”
The conference will include a mix of research presentations and small interactive discussions over the course of three days.
The Center for Positive Organizational Scholarship was founded in 2002 by Ross professors Kim Cameron, Jane Dutton and Bob Quinn, who together also developed the field of research, and is dedicated to being the central place for the study and practice of positive organizations.