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APPRECIATIVE INQUIRY IS A DIFFERENT APPROACH to organizational development, one that calls/or the deliberate search for what contributes to organizational effectiveness and excellence. Appreciative Inquiry is a practical philosophy that assumes the organization is a "mystery" and a "marvel" to be embraced, not a problem to be solved (Cooperrider & Srivastava, 1987, p. 131). The author's experience with this different approach to organizational development reveals its power to unleash the creative energy within library organizations. This article describes the principles, process, and some of the ...
Appreciative Inquiry is a term developed by David Cooperrider in which he found that when conducting interviews of organizational participants and they were ask questions relating to problems within the organization “people lost energy and became less engaged with the interview” (Preskill & Catsambas, 2006, p. 9). “However, when he asked about why things succeeded, the interviewees’ level of interest and energy increased” (p. 9). Appreciative Inquiry was born out of this discovery which focuses primarily on the successes of participants and their involvement within an organization. To ... Read More
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