Generative Connection between Ancient Wisdom and Today’s Endeavours in the Field


ABSTRACT

This issue of AI Practitioner shares philosophies and paradigms that have echoed in Indian wisdom for thousands of years, and finds their generative association with the present day world’s impactful articulation of AI principles. Together, Appreciative Inquiry and traditional Indian philosophies can inspire innovations that will transform the way humanity evolves and humankind connects, transcending geo-political, national and cultural differences.

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Author: Neena Verma

Neena Verma, Ph.D., is an Appreciative Inquiry thought leader, an ICF-PCC coach, NTL professional member and TAOS Associate. As well as editing Feb 2013, Nov 2016 and May 2020 issues of AIP, Neena has authored one book and several articles. She serves on the AIP editorial board and has contributed book appreciations since 2015. Neena runs a library movement for underprivileged children and volunteers for various social causes.

Contact: drneenavermachimes@gmail.com

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Author: Zeb O. Waturuocha

is the founder and principal consultant for aui Consultants (The Human Process People) and aui Learning Network. Zeb uses AI approaches and concepts to enable organisational change, enhance organisational leadership and team effectiveness. Zeb has authored a book and various articles on strengths-based positive change and development. E: zebwats@gmail.com

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Author: Ronald Fry

Ron Fry is professor of Organizational Behavior at Case Western Reserve University, where he helped pioneer Appreciative Inquiry and co-create the first Masters’ program in Positive Organization Development. He currently serves as the Stiller Endowed Chair and visiting professor at the Cooperrider Center for Appreciative Inquiry.

E: ronald.fry@case.edu

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