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Lessons From the Field: Applying Appreciative Inquiry, the first fieldbook of case studies on AI is available for shipping!
This book was out of print for about a year but a revised edition is now available.
Forward, What is Apppreciative Inquiry by David Cooperrider
Introduction, What you are about to read by Cathy Royal and Sue Annis Hammond
Mind Map of Appreciative Inquiry by Charlotte Pollard
Model of Problem-Solving-Appreciative Inquiry by David Cooperrider
Why AI? by David Cooperrider
Chapter 1: The Laguna Beach Education Foundation, Schoolpower; Using AI and philanthropy to improve public education. by Michael Pinto and Mary Curran
Chapter 2: Strategic Planning; AI in a large-scale change at an Australian University. by Liz Mellish
Chapter 3: Creating a Healthy Hilltop Community; Coordinating hospital planning with the needs of a community.by Peggy Holman, Allan Paulson and Laure Nichols
Chapter 4: Imagine Chicago; A city comes together to imagine a future based on the best of the past. by Bliss Browne
Chapter 5: Imagine Dallas; Applying Imagine Dallas to another community. by Mary Sue Foster
Chapter 6: Imagine South Carolina:A Citizen’s Summit and Public Dialogue; A Statewide AI addressing issues of race and building communities that work. by Alexsandra K. Stewart and Cathy Royal
Chapter 7: The Banana Kelly Experience: Strength-Based Youth Development; Using AI with young people. by Joe Hall
Chapter 8: Appreciative Planning and Action: Experience from the field; Evolving a new strategy for empowering communties in Nepal. by Mac Odell
Chapter 9: Getting Started; Writing an OD Proposal. by David Cooperrider
Chapter 10: Introducing the AI Philosophy; A how-to for consultants who are new to the process. by Jackie Kelm
Chapter 11: Frequently Asked Questions; What consultants want to most know about AI. by Cathy Royal and Sue Annis Hammond
Chapter 12: Lessons from using AI in a Planning Exercise; When the client insists on collecting negative information from customers. by Madelyn Blair
Chapter 13: Do We Really Mean It?; How do we change behavior after the Provacative Propositions are written. by Jack Brittain
Chapter 14: Exit Interviews With an “Appreciative Eye”; Applying Appreciative theory to exit interviews. by Lia Bosch
Chapter 15: Creating Opportunities for Learning; A graduate class experiences AI in order to learn more about it. by Mary Curran and Gail Work
Chapter 16: A Spiritual Path to Organizational Renewal; The Christian Spiritual dimension of AI, an essay. by Gregg Banaga, Jr
Chapter 17: A Personal Cross Cultural Exile into AI; Early application of AI internationally, an essay. by Ken Murrell
Resources: A bibliography of AI. by Dawn Dole.