Liberal or Formal Appreciative Inquiry?

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Fred Schoon
Consultant, Netherlands

Liberal or Formal Appreciative Inquiry?

Great discussions all! Here is a question for you: do you use AI typically in its strict format with protocols etc., or more often in a let's say more liberal or loose format?

  David J. MacCoy
Management Consultant, Canada
 

5D Framework and Philosophy

In my work with AI over the past 10 years, I have found it most effective when the 5D framework is used. It provides the step-by-step guidance that makes the method understandable.
However, it is the philosophy or principles that have shaped the mindset that made the initiatives valuable. Learning to use appreciative questions has been essential in facilitating dialogue and re-frame an understanding of situations in large and small groups as well as individual interaction.

  Zeb O. WATURUOCHA
Management Consultant, India
 

Liberal or Formal Appreciative Inquiry

I also follow the same system as David. In formal settings the 5-D process is strictly used and in loose settings, the philosophy or principles are very useful.

  Fred Schoon
Consultant, Netherlands
 

AI Formal or Loose

David and Zeb, much appreciated your insights. Tha (...)

  JC de Jong
Director, Netherlands
 

Liberal and Formal Appreciative Inquiry

I've been using AI for over 17 years now and start (...)

  TOLLEC BERNARD
 

The Principles Underlying AI

I totally agree with Joep. I would add that really (...)

  Kate Lindley Scheidegger
Consultant, Switzerland
 

Putting your Attention Where it Matters

I do change the format. I sometimes use the AI dis (...)

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