Resources


Innovative InterChange Inc. moves beyond the training room to help you stay in touch with our current best thinking. Read our columns in the business press; sign up for our email newsletter; register with our blog; watch some videos; check out what our colleagues in other cities and countries are doing; and keep tabs on our calendar for news on upcoming public seminars.

Email newsletter: “iiChange Reminder” is a brief twice-monthly email with tips, tools, and general advice for thinking, working, and living differently. (Click here to subscribe.)

Books:

  • The Chicken Conspiracy, by Dr. Charlie Palmgren and Stacie Hagan, outlines the root cause of human resistance to change, broken relationships, extinguished creativity, organizational dysfunction, and general dissatisfaction and boredom with life. Most important, the authors identify a way to escape the conspiracy’s confining grip. (Click here for an excerpt and table of contents.)
  • In Ascent of the Eagle, Dr. Charlie Palmgren explores what it takes to break out—and stay out—of our cultural confines. Readers will discover that they and their organizations have the capacity to engage in Innovative InterChange, a process that allows us to be and become our best. (Click here for an excerpt and table of contents.)

Newspaper columns: “Bringing Out Your Best.” Our monthly column in the Dayton Business Journal explores leadership strategies you can use to enhance your organizational culture. (Click here to read past columns)

Our weekly column in the Nashville Business Journal analyzes why Nashville’s “Best Places to Work” winners are so effective. (Click here to read past columns.)

iiBlog: “The Best We Know Today.” Get engaged with Innovative InterChange! We’ll post our latest thoughts, theories, and research—and we hope you will think with us, theorize with us, and challenge us. (Click here to register.)

Downloads: Download pages from The Chicken Conspiracy or Ascent of the Eagle, or copies of our brochures. Seminar participants can click here for downloadable forms from recent seminars.