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Appreciative Interventionism

AU/NTL program Amsterdam February 2011
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wick van der vaart

on 18 February 2011

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Transcript of Appreciative Interventionism

Appreciative Interventionism
(Waarderend Intervenieren) Program:
-Meet Jannie and Maaike
-Provocative propositions
-Roots and fruits of an Intervention Tree
-Vignette #1: Uganda
-Interlude: Johan Cruijff as an agent of change
-Vignette # 2: Vietnam
-Appreciative Inquiry: principles and practice
-Vignette #3: Macedonia
-How to start a movement
-World Summit Amsterdam 2012: Inclusion
-Dialogue. Provocative propositions:
-Provocative
-Short & compelling
-Positive words
-Present tense
Roots & Fruits Roots:
-Lewin and group dynamics
-Social constructionism (Weick, Gergen) Fruits:
-Organization Development
(Argyris, Schein, Block, McGregor,
Beckhard, Burke, Marshak) More fruits:
-Appreciative Inquiry
(Cooperrider, Whitney, Magruder Watkins) Appreciative Inquiry
Principles
1.Social constructionist
2.Poetic
3.Simultaneous
4.Anticipatory
5.Positive Appreciative Inquiry
Practice





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