New case studies explore positive identity, living wages
October 21, 2016
WDI Publishing, a division of the University of Michigan’s William Davidson Institute, has published two new case studies written by faculty from the Center for Positive Organizations (CPO).
“Emphasizing the Positive: Forming a Strategic Identity for the Ross School of Business” was written by Kim Cameron, Jane Dutton, Robert E. Quinn, Gretchen Spreitzer, and Jandi L. Kelly. This case explores the potential for the Ross School of Business to maintain the positive pillar as a strategic part of its identity. This pillar stands among others, including analytical rigor, action learning, and boundarylessness.
“Moo Cluck Moo: Serving Up More Than the Minimum Wage” is a case study by Wayne Baker and Sarah Kurtz McKinnon that explores the benefits and challenges of paying a living wage.
WDI Publishing produces and distributes high-quality, cutting-edge business cases and other teaching materials for business schools around the globe. WDI Publishing case studies have been adopted at leading business schools worldwide, including Stanford, Yale, Columbia, Cornell, Duke, Princeton, and dozens more across the globe. In addition, WDI Publishing cases have been used by Fortune 500 corporations, such as Goldman Sachs, Nestlé, American Express, and Grainger in internal training programs.
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