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Destiny -- Innovating "What Will Be" AI Principles are adapted and customized to each individual situation; the Full AI process typically includes: Selecting a focus area or topic(s) of interest Interviews designed to discover strengths, passions, unique attributes Identifying patterns, themes and/or intriguing possibilities Creating bold statements of ideal possibilities ("Provocative Propositions") Co-determining "what should be" (consensus re: principles & priorities) Taking/sustaining action Creator(s) & Creation Date David Cooperrider, Suresh Srivastva in 1987 with colleagues from Case Western University & Taos Institute References Used for this Fact Sheet Cooperrider DL, Srivastva S. Appreciative inquiry in organizational life. In: Pasmore W, Woodman R. eds. Research in Organizational Change and Development. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press; 1987. 129-169. Cooperrider DL, Whitney D. Appreciative inquiry. In: Holman P, Devane T. eds. Collaborating for Change . San Francisco, CA: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc; 1999. Hammond SA. The Thin Book of Appreciative Inquiry- 2 nd edition. Plano, TX: The Thin Book Publishing Co; 1998. Holman P, Devane T eds. The Change Handbook - Group Methods for Shaping the Future . San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc; 1999. Kelm J. Introducing the AI philosophy. In: Hammond SA, Royal C, eds. Lessons From the Field: Applying Appreciative Inquiry . Plano, TX: Practical Press Inc; 1998:161-172. Pinto M, Curran M. Laguna Beach Education Foundation, Schoolpower. In: Hammond SA, Royal C. Lessons From the Field: Applying Appreciative Inquiry . Plano, TX: Practical Press Inc; 1998:16-47. Whitney D, Cooperrider DL. The appreciative inquiry summit: overview and applications. Employ Relat Today. Summer 1998:25:17-28. CAPS/ Building the Future for Patient Safety: Appendices
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  • Fall '19
  • Game Theory, Weatherhead School of Management, David Cooperrider

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