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Appreciative Inquiry in Chinese Cultures

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Sectors Business
Aspects of AI AI approach
Publish Date Aug 2013
No. of pages 9
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Appreciative Inquiry in Chinese Cultures

Philosophy and Practice


Organization Development practitioners in Asia have been using AI for 10 to 15 years in individual and team development, strategic planning, organizational transformation, and merger and acquisition. We have experienced the differences in the Eastern values and those espoused in the AI methodology, which are predominately Western, and learnt lessons on reconciling these differences and adapting the 4D process to use AI successfully as a philosophy and methodology in Asia.

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Wendy Tan 陈秀荣 is a consultant, writer and founding partner of Flame Centre. She works with organizations to develop their consulting capability, increase engagement and retain their talents. Based in Singapore, she graduated from National University of Singapore (Psychology) and has a MSOD from Pepperdine University.


Paul Wang 王展程 is a trainer–coach and OD consultant facilitating large group intervention at Bwise Consulting based in Beijing, China, believes in the inherent willingness and competence of adults to address issues in their own organizations. He frequently uses AI. He an MSOD degree from Pepperdine University.


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