Lynn Wooten on Learning to Lead in a Crisis in Ross School Dividend Fall 2010
What Makes Life Worth Living? - University of Michigan Fall 2010 Theme Semester Explores an Age-old Question and “seeks to call attention to the importance of not letting concern for making a living dominate concern for making a life.” A variety of events, including lectures by Mihaly Czikszentmihalyi, Martin Seligman, and Sarah Chayes, will explore and celebrate the theme.
Center for POS Report on Highlights of Activities - The Center for POS released a report on its activities for mid-2007 through 2009 in Spring 2010.
Business professor lends hand to Michigan's laid-off workers- Michigan Today article chronicles Lynn Wooten's work with LEARN, a new partnership that provides free online learning for the state's unemployed workers.
As you work on the syllabi for your upcoming courses, we wanted to draw your attention to the great pool of resources we have built here at the Center for Positive Organizational Scholarship (POS). We have a number of teaching cases and teaching tools, all grounded in POS research; they have been used successfully in both academic and corporate settings. Please explore the listings under the Teaching and Practice Materials tab of the navigation bar for more information, including related research and media coverage and a video demo of the Job Crafting Exercise. Teaching notes for the cases are available through the Ross Teaching Materials website, linked from the Teaching Cases page. Please contact Janet Max at firstname.lastname@example.org or (734) 647-8154 if you have any questions, or would like the teaching notes for either of our teaching tools, the Job Crafting Exercise or the Reflected Best Self Exercise. Our POS Cases and Tools flyer also provides brief description of each product.
Writing Your Own Ticket. Stephen M. Ross School of Business News & Media.
Business Week feature on Job Crafting Exercise - Help Your Best People Do a Better Job.
New Teaching Case - Open Book Finance
New Book - Leading Under Pressure by Erika H. James and Lynn Perry Wooten