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APPRECIATIVE INQUIRY: Change at the Speed of Imagination, SECOND EDITION by Ralph Kelly, Bernard Mohr, Jane Magruder Watkins

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Skills and Knowledge Needed to Lead AI Processes

Once practitioners grasp the idea that AI is not a method in the traditional OD sense, it becomes clear that they need solid skills in experiential education methodologies and in organization development theory and practice, as well as in-depth knowledge about and experience in the field of human behavior and group process. This kind of skill and knowledge is critical for those who want to use AI in their practice since a major characteristic of an AI intervention is that it is co-created with the client. There is no AI “cookbook”!

We do not mean to imply that AI can be used only by long-time, highly skilled practitioners. Indeed, one of the wonders of AI is that people can begin to experiment ...

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