The Positive Business Project

February 17, 2017

Last year at this same time I posted a blog about a contest that The Center for Positive Organizations ran called the Positive Business Project. It was a great success last year, and we are hoping to have another great response this year from all of you.

The Center for Positive Organizations is seeking to identify some of the great — and often unheralded — practices of enterprises that are making a positive difference in the world.

To help start your thinking…

Has your organization:

  • Created economic value? Do you create meaningful jobs, and value for all stakeholders
  • Been a great workplace? Do you have an organization that brings out the best in people- both their performance and their humanity?
  • Been a good neighbor? Do you address important societal and environmental issue, needs and opportunities?

If you have answered “yes” to any of these questions, you could be the next Positive Business Project Winner!

The University of Michigan Ross School of Business is hosting its fourth annual Positive Business Conference (May 11-12, 2017). The Positive Business Project will offer you the opportunity to showcase what you and/or your organization do best!

For more information about the entry criteria, a complete list of incentives, or Official Contest Rules, visit our website: Early bird submissions are due February 17, 2017 and final submissions are due March 3, 2017.

We’re excited to learn about all the amazing and uplifting things you are doing!

This post was originally published in Bob Quinn’s The Positive Organization blog.