Foundations in POS (Positive Organizational Scholarship)

Course Code
MO 455
Hours
3 hours
Type
Elective
Offered
  • Spring/Summer 17
  • Spring/Summer 18
  • Winter 18 (A)
  • Winter 19 (A)

Foundations in POS (Positive Organizational Scholarship) --- This course is designated to give students (undergraduate and MBAs) a working and practical knowledge of the growing domain of positive organizational scholarship based on an intensive immersion in POS research and practice. POS is an interdisciplinary approach to leading and being in work organizations in ways that call forth the best in people, resulting in individual and collective flourishing. Flourishing is a term that captures the optimal state of functioning of individuals, groups or organizations, with indicators such as thriving, engagement, health, growth and creativity as well as other markers of being in a state of positive deviance.

Taught By
Monica Worline
  • LEO Intermittent Lecturer
Jane Dutton
  • Robert L. Kahn Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of Business Administration and Psychology
Jane Dutton's research and expertise lies at the intersection of strategy, management and organizations, and psychology. After receiving her Ph.D...