Business, Schools and Communities as Agents of World Benefit: Flourishing in Challenging Times


Towards a Flourishing World: Interacting with People as the Agents of World Benefit

ABSTRACT

Kurt Lewin spent the second half of his career in the USA, examining the question:
Can we create knowledge about the productive forces in groups and societies? This question has become crucial again. It is time to re-create knowledge about the productive forces in societies and groups.

This issue is related to the Fourth Global Forum for Business as Agents of World Benefit. This year’s theme is: Discovering Flourishing Enterprise.

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Author: Wick van der Vaart

Wick van der Vaart has master degrees in Dutch literature and social psychology. In 2005, he founded the Instituut voor Interventiekunde (Institute for Interventionism) in Amsterdam. The core of this institute is a two-year program in appreciative interventionism. In 2016, he became Editor-in-Chief of AI Practitioner.Contact: instituut@instituutvoorinterventiekunde.nl

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Author: David Cooperrider

David Cooperrider, PhD, is Distinguished University Professor at Case Western Reserve University and holds two chaired professorships: Char and Chuck Fowler Professor of Business as an Agent of World Benefit & the Fairmount Santrol-David L. Cooperrider Professorship in Appreciative Inquiry. Faculty founder and director of the Fowler Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit, he is also the Honorary Chair of Champlain College’s David L. Cooperrider Center for Appreciative Inquiry at the Stiller School of Business.

Contact: david.cooperrider@case.edu

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