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Appreciative Inquiry Handbook For Leaders of Change

David Cooperrider - Diana Whitney - Jacqueline Stavros

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One of today's most popular change methods, Appreciative Inquiry (AI) has been used to undertake transformational initiatives in dozens of organizations, ranging from McDonald's to the U.S.Navy to Save the Children. The assumption of AI is simple : Every organization has something that works right - things that give it life when it is vital, effective, and successful. AI begins by identifying this positive core and connectiong organizational visions, plans, and structures to it in ways that heighten energy and inspire action for change
 9781576754931 /  Berreth-Koehler /  2008 /  2nd editie /  454p. /  pb / 

Appreciative Inquiry Handbook For Leaders of Change

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One of today's most popular change methods, Appreciative Inquiry (AI) has been used to undertake transformational initiatives in dozens of organizations, ranging from McDonald's to the U.S.Navy to Save the Children.

The assumption of AI is simple : Every organization has something that works right - things that give it life when it is vital, effective, and successful. AI begins by identifying this positive core and connectiong organizational visions, plans, and structures to it in ways that heighten energy and inspire action for change

The Ultimate Guide to Appreciative Inquiry : This secund edition has been extensively revised, updated and expanded throughout with new material, new tools and an entirely new chapter on cause applications

Contents

List of Tables, Figures and Exhibits

Foreword Preface Acknowledgments Introduction

PART 1 Essential Elements of Appreciative Inquiry

PART 2 Application of the 4-D Cycle of Appreciative Inquiry

PART 3 Learning Applications and Resources Appreciative Inquiry

Bibliography Glossary of Terms Index

Statement of Taos Institute Taos institute Publications Statement of Appreciative Inquiry Consulting Positive Organizational Scholarship

About the Authors