Teaching With a POS Lens
At the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Jane Dutton of University of Michigan and Karen Golden-Biddle of Boston University hosted the professional development workshop, Teaching to Make a Difference: Nourishing Our Students (and Ourselves) Through Using a Positive Organizational Scholarship Perspective. Among the goals was the expansion of participants' teaching repertoires through the sharing of POS-inspired topics and processes. Below are some of the materials the participants shared.
The Business School (MBA) Apprentice
Embodying What We Advocate
Energy Management for Full Student Engagement: the Energy Audit
Job Crafting in Action
Leading for Impact
A Positive Lens on Sustainability
Teaching About Positive Relationships
Teaching Leadership in a Relational Context
Surfacing Positive Energy
What Can We Teach the Social Change Agent?
- Overview of Oana Branzei's presentation and a list of resources
Oana Branzei, The University of Western Ontario
- Materials on Social Entrepreneur Craig Kielburger
- Craig Kielburger cases
Mary M. Cross and Mark Reno, The University of Western Ontario
A six-part video case series featuring social entrepreneur Craig Kielburger as he faces pivotal moments in his life and the remarkable evolution of his organization.
- Craig Kielburger video
Social entrepreneur Craig Kielburger describes how he has created and scaled multiple global movements for social change.
- Sample frameworks and syllabi for teaching the social change agent
- Sustainability Certificate
The University of Western Ontario
This is a full-fledged program with many other resources, from course descriptions to class-by-class plans.