Applying Appreciative Intelligence At The Organizational Level
the first of this three part series which appeared last month, I
described what Appreciative Intelligence® is and its relevance to
the public sector. In this second installment, I describe specific
examples of Appreciative Intelligence in the organizational sector.
To recap from the first article, Appreciative Intelligence is the ability to perceive the positive inherent
generative potential in a given situation and to act purposively to
transform the potential to outcomes. In other words, it is the
ability to reframe a given situation to recognize the positive
possibilities embedded in it but is not apparent to the untrained
eye, and to engage in the necessary actions so that the desired
outcomes may unfold from the generative aspects of the current
situation (Thatchenkery & Metzker, 2006).
intelligence has three components:
– perceiving or interpreting situations in such a way that
something new an...
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