Category archive: Consulting

Appreciative Inquiry Practitioner article Spring 2017

Appreciative Inquiry Practitioner article Spring 2017

We published an article in the Spring 2017 issue of the AI Practitioner, “Business, Schools & Communities as Agents of World Benefit: Flourishing in Challenging Times.” Our article includes one we published in 2012 followed by our reflection on it, see “Tapping the Soul of Higher Education”: aip-may-17-agents-of-world-benefit-tapping-the-soul-of-higher-education For more about this issue go to the introduction…

Article – “Partnerships That Matter – Results That Count”

Article - "Partnerships That Matter - Results That Count"

At the amazing World Appreciative Inquiry Conference in Johannesburg the August 2015 AI Practitioner Journal was launched. We were honoured to be co-authors in this issue with two of our clients writing about Partnership That Matter — Results That Count. To down load article go to: aip-aug-15-co-authoring-results-partnerships-that-matter. For the full journal visit: Appreciative Inquiry Practitioner Journal. 

Book Review

Book Review

We are thrilled with Kaye Parker’s Book Review of Appreciative Inquiry in Higher Education: A Transformative Force…

World Appreciative Inquiry Conference 2012

Joan and I will be co-facilitating 2 workshops at the World AI Conference (www.2012waic.com) in Ghent. The workshops are based on 2 of the chapters of our book, “Appreciative Inquiry in Higher Education: A Transformative Force” which will be out from Jossey-Bass publishers in September.

Draft of Appreciative Inquiry book

Joan and I have submitted to our publisher the first draft of our book. The working title is “Learning Magic: Appreciative Inquiry as a Transformative Force in Higher Education.” Reviewers’ comments and edits are next…

Appreciative Inquiry Book

My partner Joan and I signed a contract today with publishers Jossey-Bass to co-author a book on “Appreciative Inquiry for Higher Education.” Yipee!! The due date for the first full draft is October 15, 2011 so we’re going to be busy…

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