February 12th 2018
Appreciative Inquiry Summit – Workbook Example
Why do most change management projects fail? Often it is due to smaller committees within the organisation rolling out the change initiative through a wider organisation. However, this approach creates silos and leads to a greater resistance from a wider group. Appreciative Inquiry Summit is an alternative approach to change management that involves the whole organisation in the process.
Download a copy of the Appreciative Inquiry Summit Workbook used by National Grid as an example, to give you an idea of how you can structure your next summit, as well as to find out about the basics of appreciative inquiry and the '4-D Cycle'. This approach to change management harnesses the contributions of stakeholders to facilitate a more productive and successful change initiative for your organisation.
If you are not familiar with appreciative inquiry concept, you can find out more from the supporting CRF slides.
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