February 12th 2018
Appreciative Inquiry Summit – Workbook Example
Why do most change project 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 enabling change that involves the whole organisation in the process.
Download a copy of the Appreciative Inquiry Summit Workbook used by Nationalgrid* 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'.
If you are not familiar with appreciative inquiry concept, you can find out more from the supporting CRF slides.
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