In October 2014, a group of five Dutch and Belgian consultants and researchers initiated a study tour to the United States. Together with an American colleague, they went to pursue their fascination about the way organizational conversation contributes to change. In their ten-day stay in the US, the group visited eight organizations and universities in New York (NY) and in Austin (TX) to learn more about the impact of organizational conversations. They met professionals from various fields such as bank employees, software developers and researchers. This paper presents some of the findings during this challenging and pleasant journey abroad.