Appreciative Inquiry Practitioner

Call for papers – November 2021 issue: Virtual Technology – The Wholeness Principle Accelerator
Topic: Technology and the Wholeness Principle

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Ways to Contribute:
The AIP is looking for articles that connect your work with technology incorporating the Wholeness Principle, how you have been successful, advice and dreams for how we can continually evolve AI work through the use of online tools and platforms.
The final written submissions will range from 500-2000 words. Art and graphics should be in high resolution and ready for publication. Poetry should be formatted for publication. Video links are also encouraged.

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Appreciative Inquiry

Appreciative Inquiry Commons

For a full range of resources and information on Appreciative Inquiry please visit the Appreciative Inquiry Commons, a comprehensive website sponsored by Champlain College and the David L. Cooperrider Center for Appreciative Inquiry. David Cooperrider, one of the Taos Institute founders, is spearheading this effort. The AI Commons is a worldwide portal devoted to the fullest sharing of academic resources and practical tools on Appreciative Inquiry and the rapidly growing discipline of positive change.


This site is a resource for you and many of us — leaders of change, scholars, students, and business managers. In the years since the original theory and vision for “Appreciative Inquiry Into Organizational Life” was articulated by two professors at the Weatherhead School of Management (see David Cooperrider and Suresh Srivastva, 1987) there have been literally hundreds of people involved in co-creating new concepts and practices for doing AI, and for bringing the spirit and methodology of AI into organizations all over the world. Commenting on her assessment of AI’s uniqueness, a senior executive at one company recently said: “I know what AI is about… it is about creating a positive revolution in change”. And in words that echo the same thing, University of Michigan Professor Robert Quinn, in his acclaimed book Change the World writes: “Appreciative Inquiry is currently revolutionizing the field of organizational development”.

For more information on the AI Commons you may email Lindsey Godwin, Director of the Cooperrider Center for AI – 

Appreciative Inquiry World Inquiry – We need your story! – Join the movement to gather stories of AI Impact on organizations, communities, schools, families and you. Everyone is welcome to share their stories and we hope you will!

The AI Practitioner

The AI Practitioner is an online journal that features the best of the best in Appreciative Inquiry work around the world. Visit today. 

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Articles about Appreciative Inquiry available on ISSUU:

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Appreciative Inquiry – A Beginning:

A film which documents the experience of development workers and community members with appreciative inquiry, an innovative approach to bring about lasting change. Appreciative inquiry empowers local people by helping them build a vision for a better future based on their community’s strengths. Then, by drawing on these strengths, the community charts a path to turn their vision into reality. Appreciative Inquiry – A Beginning is a joint project of the International Institute for Sustainable Development and MYRADA.

The Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit

Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit (BAWB) is a global forum uniting the best in business with the call of our times. At the heart of the Center is the World Inquiry – a global search for the many ways that the business sector is putting its people, imagination and assets to work to benefit humanity. The Center is synthesizing the work being done by business practitioners, civil sector actors, and the academic community in business-in-society innovations. Visit the B.A.W.B website at:

Innovation Bank: The BAWB Innovation Bank is an expanding collection for societal good. Each record of the archive is a profile highlighting an innovation, its context, roots and impacts.

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