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on 9 February 2010
This is a short, readable book that introduces appreciative inquiry. if you want a more involved, thoeretically underpinned text the same authors have produced, the Appreciative Inquiry Handbook is for you: however the book under review will be with me on the train (it is far lighter!).

Worth it.
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on 24 March 2014
As an introduction to appreciative inquiry, this is "ok". It doesn't really delve deep, and while that's not a problem (it is, after all, less than 70 pages long), what really irritated me was that it ended up feeling like an advert for their consultancy company.

I know several books make this mistake, but it wore thin very quickly. Ultimately, if you want to understand AI in alot of detail (especially if you plan on applying it in your practice), then there are much more comprehensive books out there.
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on 21 September 2014
having done change the old way for many years, this offers inspiration and aspiration instead of only more and more perspiration.
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on 10 February 2015
Just general principles and no specific procedures
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on 20 October 2015
Work purchase - not for me.
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on 1 October 2014
As described, good value!
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on 20 March 2008
Without question the dullest book I've ever read. The idea is good but why use a word that has 2 sylables if you can use 1 with 5!
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