How Has Appreciative Inquiry Lived Up To its Promises? What Will the Future of Appreciative Inquiry Look Like? – Introduction

February 2016
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ABSTRACT

A year ago, Anne Radford asked me whether I would take over responsibility for AI Practitioner. I said “yes”. In November, 2015, a few young men killed over 130 people in Paris. Suddenly, ‘we are at war with IS’. What can AI practitioners do? What is Appreciative Inquiry really about? I haven’t come to a final answer to the second question yet, but AI might be able to help our politicians, our neighbours, our clients, our students to make sense of what is happening and move forward. It is my wish that AI Practitionercan play a small part in that endeavour.

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Author: Wick van der Vaart

Wick van der Vaart has master degrees in Dutch literature and social psychology. In 2005, he founded the Instituut voor Interventiekunde (Institute for Interventionism) in Amsterdam. The core of this institute is a two-year program in appreciative interventionism. In 2016, he became Editor-in-Chief of AI Practitioner.Contact: instituut@instituutvoorinterventiekunde.nl

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