Appreciative Inquiry and Knowledge Management: A Social Constructionist Perspective

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Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2007 - Business & Economics - 174 pages
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ASKing (Appreciative Sharing of Knowledge) is at the heart of this comprehensive, compelling, and cutting edge guide to appreciative knowing and innovation. The authors have really managed to push the appreciative envelope here. They ve taken well-known a
 

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Contents

Tables
2
Figures
3
The generative potential of appreciative processes
32
How to ASK
49
Private sector case studies
74
Government sector case studies
116
Public service case study
139
Summary conclusion and invitations
152
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