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Appreciative inquiry model

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A business model based on the optimistic thinking to drive results constructively.

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Appreciative inquiry model

  1. 1. CONCEPT Projects should follow the Optimists approach, where in after a gap is identified, the issue resolution is conducted on the back of the STRENGTHS For effective solutions , each step of problem solving should be followed by appreciative enquiry Need Identification Cause Analysis Strength Identificat ion basis need Envision best soln. Solution Analysis Action Plan
  2. 2. APPRECIATIVE INQUIRY MODEL DISCOVER Identification of organization al processes that work well. DREAM Envisioning of processes that would work well in the future. DESIGN Planning and prioritizing processes that would work well. DEPLOY implementati on (execution) of the proposed design.
  3. 3. PRINCIPLES OF AI MODEL Constructioni st Simultaneit y PoeticAnticipatory Positive Daily discourse, stimulates new ideas, stories and images that generate new possibilities for action Questions are never neutral, they are fateful, and social systems move in the direction of the most persistent questions asked Organizational life is expressed in the stories people tell each other every day. They invoke sentiments, and define actions. Hence, effort is put into using words that point to, enliven and inspire the best in people* *this is why the best organisations have leadership principles What we do today is guided by our image of the future. Use positive imagery on a collective basis to refashion anticipatory reality. Sentiments like hope, excitement, inspiration, camaraderie increase creativity, openness to new ideas and people, and cognitive flexibility. They promote the strong connections required for collective inquiry and change.

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