Publications:
Developing Vision and Strategy Using an Appreciative Inquiry

Strategic planning and implementation in organizations is often unsuceesful. Appreciative Inquiry is a radically positive organizational philosophy that, in a whole-systems approach, can transform organizations.

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University of Alberta Academic Planning 2007-2011: The Provost’s Initiative on Faculty-driven, Whole-Systems Academic Planning and its Outcomes

The UofA Academic Planning process, traditionally managed centrally, was instead entrusted to faculty by the Provost for 2007-2011. Relying on a decentralized whole-systems approach, this decision led to surprising results.

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Public Health Leadership: Building a Graduate Program and a Culture

A new University of Alberta public health leadership initiative directed its efforts at building both a formal graduate program and a leadership culture, facilitating both through active learning methodologies.

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Teaching Leadership and Organizational Change through an Appreciative Inquiry-driven Reflective Process

Appreciative Inquiry, an Organization Development inquiry method using unconditionally positive questions, has been adapted in leadership education for reflective analyses of leadership practices and leading change cases.

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