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Appreciative Inquiry Practitioner November 2013

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Topics Engagement/participation, Project management, Strategic planning/SOAR
Publish Date Nov 2013
No. of pages 79
No. of articles 9
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Appreciative Inquiry Practitioner November 2013

The Promise of Appreciative Cities Compelling the Whole to Act


What promise does an appreciative city hold? How is AI achieving change agendas in cities around the world? This edition of AI Practitioner looks at how cities, their governments and communities have been using AI over many years as well as recent developments in collaborative governance. There are detailed examples, tips and lessons learned about transforming community engagement and attitudes toward public service as well as what it takes to be an appreciative city.

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AI Practitioner November 2013 - AI Resources
AI Practitioner November 2013 - Research Notes
The Promise of Appreciative Cities - Introduction and Conclusion
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4 Issue Introduction This edition of AI Practitioner looks at how cities, their governments and communities have been using AI over many years by Barbara Lewis and Karen Roney

7 Feature Choice Learning to Love Change: Taking the Strengths Approach to Moving Through the Four Rooms of Change A strengths approach combined with a change and transition model proves a valuable part of Dayle’s coaching practice by Dayle O’Brien

13 Ten Tips for Using Appreciative Inquiry for Community Planning Using AI to develop new kinds of conversations, leading to visions for the future, bridges being built across diverse populations, and innovative plans, policies and programs by Diana Whitney & Amanda Trosten-Bloom

17 Sustainable Cleveland 2019 Building an Economic Engine to Empower a Green City on a Blue Lake Recognizing the need to embrace innovation and intentionally shift the city’s focus towards a more resilient and sustainable economy by Andrew Watterson

22 Youth Voices Revitalizing the Memphis Community Steps, Impact and Keys to Success Imagine Memphis has been planting seeds of transformation Memphis, Tennessee since 2007 by Mary Jo Greil and Diane R. Spence

31 Transforming Local Dutch Government Implementing the Power of Appreciative Inquiry in the Amsterdam East District Co-creating a vision for Amsterdam East with residents and businesses to implement an ambition of mutual cooperation and self-reliance by Sigrid Winkel, Ralph Weickel

38 Engagement and Beyond Tackling Tough Infrastructure Issues with Appreciative Inquiry Challenges, key choices and shortand long-term outcomes in three tactical projects in Denver, Colorado by Barbara Lewis, Amanda Trosten- Bloom and Lynn Pollard

49 Focus on Longmont On Becoming an Appreciative City Since 2006, Longmont Colorado has become an appreciative city through extensive and detailed use of AI in key areas by Karen Roney

62 The Promise of Appreciative Cities: Conclusions by Barbara Lewis and Karen Roney

65 Appreciative Inquiry Research Notes A personal appreciation of Caravaggio, and with AI as the research framework by Jan Reed and Neena Verma

71 Appreciative Inquiry Resources Resources for practitioners wishing to explore further the idea of appreciative cities by Matthew R. Moehle, Roopa Nandi and Hardik Shah

76 About the February 2014 Issue Adaptable Leadership: A Strengths-based Approach to Challenging Environments and Difficult Choices Guest Editors: Wendy Campbell and Anne Radford

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