Simon Elias, Former Director, Lean Competency System (until Oct 2023) | 30th November 2016
Appreciative Inquiry (AI) was pioneered in the 1980s by David Cooperrider and Suresh Srivastva at the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University and is used to bring about collaborative and strengths-based change.
AI aims to facilitate positive change in organisations, based on the core assumption that every human system has something that works right–things that make it effective, and successful. AI begins by identifying this positive core and connecting to it in ways the heighten energy, sharpen vision, and inspire action for change.
“Problems get replaced with innovation as conversations increasingly shift toward uncovering the organization’s (or group’s, or community’s) positive core.” (Bernard J. Mohr)
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