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The Teaching and Practice of POS, Part II: On Being “Normally Blind ...

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By Robert E. Quinn In this five-part series, I explore the ways in which positive organizational scholarship's teachers and practitioners can use empirical.
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5 Zingers on Positive Leadership by Kim Cameron

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Kim Cameron, the father of 7 children and co-founder of the Center for Positive Organizational Scholarship, wrote the second edition of a concise book on positive leadership. I appreciated both the brevity and perspective of ...
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The Teaching and Practice of POS, Part II: On Being “Normally Blind ...

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By Robert E. Quinn In this five-part series, I explore the ways in which positive organizational scholarship's teachers and practitioners can use empirical.
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The Teaching and Practice of POS, Part V: Transcending Your Own ...

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I was recently teaching a class on how to be a transformative teacher of positive organizational scholarship (POS). To make a lasting difference with these fellow educators, I realized I needed to carefully plan our lesson, and ...
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OCAI online | Is your start-up a successful shape-shifter?

OCAI online | Is your start-up a successful shape-shifter? | "positive organizational scholarship" | Scoop.it
Organizations change during their life cycle and often move through the four archetypes of culture in the competing values framework. Being aware of culture helps to get successfully through these transformations.

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If you don’t consciously create culture, you might suffer confusion during the transformations - or worse - get stuck and perish. If you do shape culture however, you might have an interesting journey! Culture makes the difference: employees and customers sense it immediately. They test whether your image is true - and check if you and your company are authentic. What do you value most?

 
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Boosting Job Performance and Happiness at Google with the Job Crafting Exercise

Boosting Job Performance and Happiness at Google with the Job Crafting Exercise | "positive organizational scholarship" | Scoop.it
Teaching With a POS Lens | Center for Positive Organizational Scholarship on Teaching With a POS Lens; Kylie Burke on Special issue of Organizational Dynamics on Positive Organizing; tinak on Bettering the Reflected Best ...
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Saw a presentation on job crafting at SIOP this year

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The Teaching and Practice of POS, Part IV: Transcending the ...

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The Teaching and Practice of POS By Robert E. Quinn In this five-part series, I explore the ways in which positive organizational scholarship's.
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Classic to New: Learning Agility is Change Mastery

Classic to New:  Learning Agility is Change Mastery | "positive organizational scholarship" | Scoop.it
“Learning Agility, which has four dimensions—Mental Agility, People Agility, Results Agility and Change Agility—is a key to unlocking our change proficiency.

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"Classic to New: Learning Agility is Change Mastery"
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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, December 27, 2012 4:30 PM

In reading through the change research of a colleague, this approach resonates, especially cultivating the ability to be a combination of a data nerd (listener), synthesizer, developer of self & others and master communicator.  These relate well to change proficiencies touted by this author.  ~  D

Deb Nystrom, REVELN's comment, January 25, 2013 5:43 PM
@Paul, thanks for the share.
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Welcoming 2013 in 4 Easy Steps

Welcoming 2013 in 4 Easy Steps | "positive organizational scholarship" | Scoop.it
Here we go – one more time around the cycle. Traditions and celebrations will mark the coming weeks as we take stock of a year gone by and prepare for the year ahead. Other than turning the p...

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