"Thatchenkery and Metzker see enormous potential in all of us to create new and more promising futures, and this work invites us all to share the same inspiring vision. It is a vision I find enormously compelling and for which we should all be appreciative." Kenneth J. Gergen, Mustin Professor of Psychology, Swarthmore College
"Appreciative Intelligence is a book and an idea that opens new possibilities for seeing how people and organizations create value and achieve success. Appreciative Intelligence is an inspiring and practical account of how to develop the capacity to see potential within the present and to develop this capacity within oneself and in others." Jane E. Dutton, William Russell Kelly Professor of Business Administration and Professor of Psychology, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
"Stunning! Going one step beyond appreciative inquiry, Thatchenkery and Metzker have made an exciting contribution to the new field of positive organizational scholarship. This book will forever change how you think about intelligence." Robert Kramer, PhD, and Director, Executive Education Programs, American University
The real life examples given in the book serves very well as tools to this effect.
The authors offer some tools for us to increase our own Appreciative Intelligence and further invite us into the process by suggesting we create our own tools as well.
The book is well researched and structured, thus making it very interesting to read.
The construct: The Appreciative Intelligence construct is an empowering and inspiring notion that everyone would benefit from learning. Read more
What if we were able to reframe challenging and difficult situations to discover hidden possibilities? Read morePublished 17 months ago by Dr. Samuel Mahaffy
This book takes too long to get to the point and repeat it at least 20 times! The author should take a course in the art of writing educational books!Published on February 23, 2007 by Henry Gleditsch Kleive
As background, I have worked with Tojo Thatchenkery on teaching Appreciative Inquiry here in India.
Having always been fond of the subject, I continued to be diappointed... Read more
With Appreciative Intelligence, Thatchenkery and Metzker introduce a construct that is both satisfying and inspiring. Read morePublished on June 24, 2006 by Kate Trygstad
This book offers an inspiring way to understand our worlds, helping us choose to make a difference. Deep and abiding success (however we define it) comes from deploying... Read morePublished on May 21, 2006 by Punya Upadhyaya