Contents @toc4:Acknowledgments xxx @toc1:PART ONE. THE CALL FOR TRANSFORMATIVE COOPERATION 1 @toc2:1 An Invitation to the Dance of Transformative Cooperation 000 @tocca:Sandy Kristin Piderit, Ronald E. Fry, and David L. Cooperrider @toc2:2 The Economic Imperative for Revisioning the Rules of the Game: Work, Values, and Caring 000 @tocca:Riane Eisler @toc2:3 21st Century Strategies for Sustainability 000 @tocca:Hazel Henderson @toc2:4 Revolutionary Routines: Corporate Capabilities for a More Inclusive Capitalism 000 @tocca:Mark Milstein, Ted London, and Stuart Hart @toc1:PART TWO. RELATIONAL DYNAMICS 000 @toc2:5 The Transformative Potential of Compassion at Work 000 @tocca:Jane Dutton, Jacoba Lilius, and Jason Kanov @toc2:6 Ego and Identity as Barriers to Transformative Cooperation: Lessons from Feminism and Buddhism 000 @tocca:Barbara Gray @toc2:7 Creating Transformative Cooperation through Positive Emotions 000 @tocca:Leslie E. Sekerka and Barbara L. Frederickson @toc2:8 The Essence of Transformation: Entering the Fundamental State of Leadership 000 @tocca:Arran Caza and Robert E. Quinn @toc1:PART THREE. COOPERATION AS A TRANSFORMATIVE FORCE 000 @toc2:9 The World Inquiry: Stories of Business as an Agent of World Benefit 000 @tocca:Nadya Zhexembayeva @toc2:10 Case Study Learnings on Transformative Cooperation: Laying Pathways for Future Inquiry 000 @tocca:Loren Dyck and Nigel Strafford @toc1:PART FOUR. DESIGNING TRANSFORMATIVE COOPERATION 000 @toc2:11 Designing Transformative Learning 000 @tocca:Paul Shrivastava @toc2:12 The Usefulness of Design Research in Elementary and High Schools for Management Education 000 @tocca:Jordi Trullen, Jean Bartunek, and Maryellen Harmon @toc2:13 Unyielding Integrity: The Key to Creating Next Generation Transformational Partnerships 000 @tocca:Andrew McGill @toc1:PART FIVE. TRANSFORMATIVE COOPERATION AS GENERATIVE POSSIBILITY 000 @toc2:14 Leadership for World Benefit: New Horizons for Research and Practice 000 @tocca:James D. Ludema and C. Keith Cox @toc2:15 Fostering sustainability across many companies: The importance of project memes 000 @tocca:Hilary Bradbury @toc2:16 Toward an Aesthetics of Cooperation 000 @tocca:Frank J. Barrett @toc2:17 New Designs in Transformative Cooperation: The Growing Call and Converging Conversation 000 @tocca:David L. Cooperrider, Ronald E. Fry, and Sandy Kristin Piderit @toc4:Contributors 000 Index 000
Sandy Kristin Piderit is Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior in the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University. She is the coeditor of The Handbook of Women in Business and Management. Ronald E. Fry is Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior in the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University. He is the coauthor of Appreciative Inquiry: A Positive Approach to Building Cooperative Capacity. David L. Cooperrider is Professor of Organizational Behavior in the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University. He is the coauthor of Appreciative Inquiry: A Positive Revolution in Change and editor of Advances in Appreciative Inquiry: Constructive Discourse in Human Organizations.
"There is a significant need for theory-based, positively-oriented organizational-level research. This work begins to fill this tremendous gap. The book capitalizes on emerging research, particularly in the areas of positive psychology and positive organizational scholarship, to introduce cooperative transformation as a unique, positive perspective on organizational dynamics." - Carolyn M. Youssef, co-author of Psychological Capital: Developing the Human Competitive Edge "The Handbook of Transformative Cooperation integrates perspectives on cooperative change from many theoretical and practical aspects. The editors reject the notion of exclusive top-down change and systematically consider a holistic approach to change in organizations. Those interested in organizational change from an individual, group, leadership, firm level and global perspective will enjoy this contribution." - James Avey, Central Washington University "When I consider books based on academic conferences, like this one, I sometimes wonder if they are efforts to promote the more worthy papers from among a relatively small sample Yet I can most assuredly say, this book overcame my skepticism and replaced it with compelling arguments, grounds for further reflection, and clear avenues for reaching the editors' laudable objectives the book is one of the most important and useful books that I have read in a long time." - Mark Mone, Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee