I'm a PhD Candidate in Organizational Behavior at Case Western reserve University. I am interested in the intersection of business and society, especially how businesses can become “positive institutions” through methodologies of organizational change that can spark innovation for the societal good. My research interests revolve around the business side of sustainability, hybrid organizations, positive institutions, organizational culture, organizational change, positive organizational scholarship, and individual flourishing. Currently, I am working on the development of a construct called “appreciative organizing,” as a way to understand the underlying mechanisms of companies that are organized to produce societal good.
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