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Ten Tips for Using Appreciative Inquiry for Community Planning

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Topics Project management
Sectors Community
Aspects of AI AI & other approaches
Publish Date Nov 2013
No. of pages 4
Digital Object Identifier dx.doi.org/10.12781/978-1-907549-17-5-3

Ten Tips for Using Appreciative Inquiry for Community Planning

Abstract

Over the past decade, many types of communities have used Appreciative Inquiry to create new kinds of conversations, leading to positive and powerful outcomes. AI helps community leaders address questions essential to successful participatory planning in community settings.

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Diana Whitney, president of Corporation for Positive Change, founder of the Taos Institute and fellow of the World Business Academy, has co-authored thirteen books, numerous chapters and articles on AI. An internationally recognized consultant, keynote speaker and educator, her clients include global businesses, religious and interfaith organizations, education and health care systems.

Contact: diana@positivechange.org

Amanda Trosten-Bloom is a pioneer in the use of AI for high engagement, whole system change in business, nonprofit and community settings in support of strategic planning, culture change and organizational excellence.

Contact: amanda@positivechange.org

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