A Collection of Stories from Penn's Organizational Dynamics Program



Making Over the Day by Emily Sheu

Now What? by Sully Salon

Now What? by Jason Knies

“So…now what?” I ask myself here in the year 2022, upon arriving at the realization that our world is no longer defined by the existence of COVID-19—rather, the world is now merely defined by the effects of COVID-19. Given my… Continue Reading →

Now What? by Ebighe Emafo

To: Organization Dynamics Classmates From: Ebighe CC:   Date: November 21, 2020 Re: Now What?   It is December 2022, and we are celebrating how far we have come since the Great Reckoning. Our transition from a divided and unequal… Continue Reading →

An Adaption of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs for the Workplace- A Starting Guide for Our New Leaders by Emily Christiansen

An Adaption of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs for the Workplace- A Starting Guide for Our New Leaders It’s March of 2022. Almost two years to the day since our world as we knew it shut down. Masks are still worn… Continue Reading →

A Week in the Life: A Flash Forward to March 2022 :The Journal of a Young Professional in a Post-Great Reckoning World by Rebecca S. Krick 

Weekly Calendar View – March 7 – 11, 2022 Monday, March 7th, 2022 – “Are you going to remember to check-in on the CC (Covid Check) App?”  I recall I woke up early on Thursday morning, March 5th, 2020 for… Continue Reading →

A Glimpse Into the Future by Amber Abercrombie

From: Organizational Fortune Telling Inc To: An Anxious Organizational Dynamics Student Date: June 28, 2020 Subject: A Glimpse Into The Future   Good Afternoon, Thank you for reaching out to the world’s first and only Organizational Fortune Teller! What an… Continue Reading →

Dear Elana by Elana Burack

Dear Elana of April 2020, Thank you for your email. To be honest, I forgot that I had created a COVID time capsule, and even when I saw the email appear in my Inbox, it took me a moment to… Continue Reading →

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