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“Results from Appreciative Inquiry at Green Mountain Coffee vastly exceeded my expectations. This marvelous book explains the process of AI and shares the excitement. It describes a process that truly will make the world a much better place.”
—Bob Stiller, founder and chair, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters
Diana Whitney, Ph.D. is the president and founder, along with David Cooperrider, of the Corporation for Positive Change—an international center for Appreciative Inquiry education and consultation. Her clients have included British Airways, Cap Gemini Ernst and Young, the Department of Labor, Hunter-Douglas Window Fashions, GE Capital, GlaxoSmithKline, GTE (now Verizon), Johnson & Johnson, NY Power Authority, PECO, and Sandia National Labs.
Amanda Trosten-Bloom is Director of Consulting Services for Corporation for Positive Change. She is a member of the Global Council for Appreciative Inquiry Consulting. Her clients have included Accenture, Front Range Community College, Hunter-Douglas Window Fashions, the Iliff School of Theology, McDATA Corporation, Providian Financial Services, SmithKline Beecham Clinical Laboratories, and the University of California at Berkeley.
Note: the previous review I just submitted, I spelled the authors names incorrectly. Please adjust. Thank you.Published on June 14 2003 by Helene C. Sugarman
The authors have produced a very lively and readable book that pulled me into the heart of positive change and the spirit of affirmation. Read morePublished on April 8 2003 by howard lambert, ph.d.
There are few business books that I have found to be both a joy to read, a useful tool, and something that brings spirit and passion into the workplace. This book does it all. Read morePublished on March 30 2003 by Lynn Pollard, Management Consultant
As a matter of fact, buy two because you will want one to refer to while your associates are reading the other one. Read morePublished on March 26 2003 by Bob New