Educating the leaders who will teach, research, and live Positive Organizational Scholarship
Ross graduate students interested in exploring the Center and its research have a number of opportunities to deepen their knowledge through coursework, fellowships, speaker events, and faculty engagement that will enhance their understanding of Positive Organizational Scholarship and its role in creating positive business environments.
The following Positive Organizational Scholarship courses are offered in the Management and Organizations area at the Michigan Ross School of Business:
- BCOM 530: Positive Communication (taught by Amy Young)
- MO 501: Human Behavior and Organization (taught by Wayne Baker)
- MO 512: Bargaining and Influence Skills: Negotiation Strategy in a Global Economy (taught by Shirli Kopelman)
- MO 555: Foundations in Positive Organizational Scholarship (taught by Jane Dutton)
- MO 603: Navigating Change: Skills and Strategies for Consultants and Managers (taught by Kim Cameron)
- MO 615: Managing Professional Relationships (taught by Jane Dutton)
- MO 620: Leading with Values (taught by Dave Mayer)
- MO 637: Social Intrapreneurship: Leading Social Innovation in Organizations (taught by Chris White)
The +LAB brings together undergraduate and graduate students from across the university in a dynamic learning environment designed to immerse students in the theory and practice of Positive Organizational Scholarship (POS) and equip students to apply what they have learned and prepare them to become organizational change agents. The +LAB runs through the academic year with an expected commitment of 2-3 hours throughout the year. Fellows engage in developmental education sessions called huddles, enroll in a 7-week course about the growing domain of positive organizational scholarship, and contribute to work that is important to the life of the Center for Positive Organizations.
Questions about the +LAB can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org