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Wisdom: Best Workplace Movie

And the Nominees Are…

Over the years in teaching organizational behaviour and leadership in different university programs, I used movies as teaching tools and the basis for complex group assignments. In fact, some of the best work ever produced by my students featured movie reviews that illustrated organizational life and leadership. Generally, the groups were free to select any movie, watch it together, and create a review highlighting its organizational insights. I still have a file containing the best reviews produced over the years.

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