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The Thin Book of Appreciative Inquiry / Sue Annis Hammond
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A fifteen page paper about applying Appreciative Inquiry in libraries.
Another fifteen pages about using Appreciative Inquiry to manage change and adaptation in learning organizations. This addresses some concerns as well as the benefits.
Very short! Two page interview with David Cooperrider, pioneer in appreciative inquiry. Cooperrider believed that organizational development field should not lag behind a deficit-based theory of change. He stressed that appreciative inquiry addresses the fundamental facts of human life including exceptionality, essentiality, and equality.