David Cooperrider commented on Re-Imagine Marketing as a Co-Op: Salim is an intriguing example of how win-win co-op models can be applied for positive impact, purpose, and profit in an industry that traditionally operates by win-lose competition.
David Cooperrider commented on Local Hotel Inspires a Community to Rebuild after a Devastating Earthquake: "Turning joy and hope into energy"--this is a powerful story of a hotel business standing up and helping a whole community recover from disaster, in this case, a shocking earthquake in Japan. It tells me this: consciousness of community may always be there,... more"Turning joy and hope into energy"--this is a powerful story of a hotel business standing up and helping a whole community recover from disaster, in this case, a shocking earthquake in Japan. It tells me this: consciousness of community may always be there, lurking, poised, and ready to reveal itself.
Tomorrow afternoon at 4:10 PM Central Time, I'll be delivering a keynote speech on "Compassion and Business: Pivot Toward Flourishing" at the Worldwide Meeting on Human Values in Monterrey, Mexico. The speech will be livestreamed at http://encuentromundialdevalores.org/eng
To read the text, go to http://andrewhimes.net/emv
A strong focus of the speech will be the importance of Aim2Flourish in creating the essential partnership between business and compassion!
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David is the Fairmount | David L. Cooperrider Professor of Appreciative Inquiry at the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University where he is co-founder of the Fowler Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit and co-director of the Strategy Innovation Lab. David is best known for his pioneering theory on Appreciative Inquiry and has served as advisor to senior executives in business and societal leadership roles, including projects with five Presidents such as William Jefferson Clinton, and Nobel Laureates such as His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Kofi Annan, and President Oscar Arias of Costa Rica. David has published over 20 books and authored over 100 articles and book chapters and served as editor of both the Journal of Corporate Citizenship with Ron Fry and the current research series for Advances for Appreciative Inquiry, with Michel Avital. In 2010 David was awarded the Peter F. Drucker Distinguished Fellow by the Drucker School of Management.
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