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Changing Social Systems with Appreciative Inquiry

Appreciative Inquiry suggests that we shift our frame of reference from one of “problem solving” to one that seeks to identify the sources available in any collection of people for inspiring, mobilizing, and sustaining positive change. Continue reading

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Which Way Forward for India, Progress, & Environment — Hero or Villain?

It is now up to us to decide whether India will be the hero or villain in deciding what road to take for the future. Let us create a new world where material, physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of everyone and everything, especially the environment, matters. Continue reading

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Climb Aboard for a Passage to India

Today’s Wall Street Journal has two stories about India, placed almost next to each other on the front page of the Marketplace section. The one titled “India Could Provide Unique Opportunities for Expat Managers” discusses the tremendous opportunities that await … Continue reading

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The Bottom Line Affair: Circuit City

Circuit City fired 3,400 employees in March this year. The cause? They were the highest paid. There were a few articles at that time painting the Circuit City career path: Get hired, become excellent performers, get raises to become highly … Continue reading

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