Our purpose is to participate in developing a community of leaders who are advocates for organizational cultures of wellbeing and happiness.



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The Institute for Inspired Organizational Cultures ©

The Institute

The Institute for Inspired Organizational Cultures (IOC) is a nonprofit organization with a purpose is to support the creation of an international business community that advocates institutional happiness and well-being. The Institute is a collaboration between persons from across the globe.  Please accept our invitation to participate in whatever way you can or wish.

What We Do

We partner with the most prominent practitioners to produce proprietary videos on the topic of Leading Organizational Cultures for Wellbeing and Happiness.

These videos along with materials including software make up a menu of options from which teachers and facilitators can create classes.  With point and click ease the process is fast and fun. This complete package is only available through nonprofit colleges and universities.  IOC makes all materials available to them for no cost.

The class is for college juniors, seniors, and graduate students and also for participants in professional development classes.  The class is particularly well suited as a capstone course for seniors in multiple majors and for working adults who aspire to become culture leaders.   

Dr. Jerry Wagner Partners With Schools

Dr. Jerry Wagner started the Institute.  Partnering with schools is not new for him.   His company Execucom Systems, Inc. in Austin, Texas was the first software company to have a partner program with universities and colleges.  Within 5 years that program had more than 1500 university and college partners around the world using the software for teaching and research.   Three years ago his latest software was made available to university and college students also for no cost.   There have now been more than 3000 downloads from students in several countries.

In 2010 Jerry created the popular BSc degree in IT Innovation at the Peter Kiewit Institute, College of Information Science and Technology, University of Nebraska, Omaha.  Consistent with his beliefs, that degree was enriched with a student practicum for students to experience the “real world”.

IOC will soon be ready to stand on its own with staff employees and volunteers with Jerry as Chairman.  That gives him freedom to join the faculty at a campus where he also can start a university degree programs with titles of Organizational Cultures for Wellbeing and Happiness.