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Keynote speaker Ronald Fry is a professor of Organizational Behavior at Case Western Reserve University. Ronald Fry co-directs the CASE Weatherhead Certificate Program in Appreciative Inquiry for the Betterment of Business and Society and publish in the areas of Organizational Development, Team Building, and Appreciative Inquiry.
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Dr. Ronald Fry is a professor of Organizational Behavior at Case Western Reserve University. Ron is also Director of the Masters Program in Positive Organizational Development and Change. He has developed and conducted a Certificate Program in Appreciative Leadership and Organizational Capacity Building for over 150 leaders of voluntary social change organizations in over 30 countries.
Dr. Ronald Fry co-directs the CASE Weatherhead Certificate Program in Appreciative Inquiry for the Betterment of Business and Society. He is Editor and Chief of the Case Center for Business as Agent of Work Benefit’s global inquiry and directs the Center’s Institute for Advances in Appreciative Inquiry. He was part of the group that originated the Appreciative Inquiry approach and continues to both apply and study the applications of AI in the Field. He has also served as a visiting faculty to Canterbury University in Christchurch, New Zealand, Katholieke University in Leuven, Belgium and to the Administrative Staff College of India.
Dr. Ronald Fry has consulted in the areas of human resource development and organizational change for the past twenty-five years with organizations including Ford, General Electric, Northern Telecom, Key Services Corporation, Mittal Steel, MSNBC, Greater Houston Mental Health Association, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, the US Navy, World Vision and Roadway Express. ). He currently oversees AI applications in a variety of systems including World Vision, Lubrizol, Roadway Express, and the US Navy.
Dr. Fry is widely published in the areas of Organizational Development, Appreciative Inquiry, Team Building, Change Management, Executive Development and the role and functions of the CEO.
Keynote speaker Jeffrey Pfeffer is the Thomas D. Dee II Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University where he has taught since 1979. Pfeffer has presented seminars in 34 countries throughout the...