This special issue about AI’s contributions from Ibero-America (Latin America, Puerto Rico and Spain) presents recent theoretical developments and experiences of working in very diverse settings.
Editors: Dora Fried Schnitman, Ph.D., Jorge Sanhueza Rahmer, Ph.D. and Miriam Subirana
This issue focuses on intergenerational interactions, how they create generativity through multi-age conversations and minimize limitations created by socially constructed labels based on people’s age
Editors: Dr. Matthew Moehle, Dr. Marge Schiller and Dr. Peter Whitehouse
In this issue we showcase what is being co-authored and the results achieved by client-practitioners and organisational consultants working together with their strengths-based approaches and methodologies.
Editor: Ralph Weickel
In this edition, we explore, learn with the community and further expand the knowledge about how Appreciative Inquiry can be combined with Lean Thinking in practice
Editors: David Shaked & Nicolas Stampf
• Introductions to recent issues
• Occasional Summaries and Conclusions
• Research Notes bridging research and practice
• AI Resources highlighting key books and online sites on the same topic as the issue
AI Practitioner November 2015
Each AI Practitioner issue provides:• Articles on a leading edge topic edited by experts in the field
• A Feature Choice article on a significant topic from experienced practitioners
• Research Notes column: research bridging AI theory and practice
• AI Resources column: AI related books, articles
What is AI Practitioner?
AI Practitioner is the international journal focusing on positive relational approaches to change such as Appreciative Inquiry. Each issue has a number of excellent articles by leading thinkers, professionals and active practitioners in the field.
It provides exceptional value for money and access to unparalleled content and insights.
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