We invite you to submit and share your work with the AI Commons and the larger AI Community.
It's easy to do. Select an item from the list below, click on it and complete the information
requested in the template. We greatly appreciate your generosity and believe that what you offer
to the world through your own AI and positive change work truly benefits everyone. We all draw
upon the existing practices of promise across the globe, to thrive and lift the hopeful visions
of the future world. Thank you for your important part in this process.
Easy Submit: Do you have a story, document, tool, event to share?
For additional information or assistance with submitting contact Dawn Dole, Knowledge Manager
of the AI Commons, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To contact David Cooperrider, PhD., Professor of Organizational Behavior, email
Promote your upcoming Conferences, Workshops, Classes, Seminars, etc. These
submissions will appear in the Event Calendar only.
Journal, Magazine or Newspaper Articles
Case studies can take many forms. You may submit a case study in the format
you have available to you or you may submit a case study using the following
1. Description of Organization
2. Focus of the Appreciative Inquiry
3. Organizational Objectives
4. What Was Done or What Is Being Done
5. Outcomes of the Initiative
6. Next Steps
7. What We Learned
Also, as you are writing and submitting these case studies, it would be
of great value to submit the AI Tools & Materials associated with this
project. For example:
1. Project proposals
2. Letters of invitation
3. Time-line from inception to today
4. Workshop designs
5. Summit designs
6. AI interview protocols
7. Interview summary reports
8. Provocative Propositions
9. Project design plans
10. News Releases
11. Newspaper/newsletter articles
12. Copies of speeches given
13. Future plans for integrating AI into the organization
* employee interviews
* employee evaluations
* meeting formats
* product evaluations
14. Video clips & audio clips
15. ROI and efficacy of the AI on the organizational measures
||Books & Book Reviews
To keep the growing list of books and chapters which advance Appreciative Inquiry
and positive change current, we need everyone to help by letting us know about
newly published materials. Please submit any new book which focuses on Appreciative
Inquiry and/or Positive Change practices, leadership and research. If you would
like to write a review of a new book, please contact Dawn Dole (email: email@example.com)
Dissertations & Working
In this section we invite all students both Masters level and PhD level to
submit the full or a portion of their thesis and doctoral research exploring
Appreciative Inquiry and positive change methods.
This section also includes "Working Papers", and also those papers
which have not yet been published or the draft versions of papers which have
||Practice Tools & Artifacts
This section is dedicated to providing the AI tools and resources which are
being developed by practitioners and organizations engaged in an appreciative
inquiry initiative. We invite you to submit your Training Designs, Project
Proposals, AI Models, Power Point slides, Interview Guides, AI Summit Designs,
Provocative Propositions, Audio & Video Clips, Photos & Artwork.
Researchers, Practitioners, AI Speakers: You can submit yourself to this section
if you are doing research on AI, an AI practitioner or if you "speak"
on AI and positive change.
This section is dedicated to listing the Universities and Institutions which
offer ongoing education/learning opportunities in AI. If you would like your
organization to be listed here, please contact Dawn Dole (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
A listing of local community groups focused on Appreciative Inquiry.
Blog entries related to Appreciative Inquiry
We have two categories of websites to which you can submit:
1. Websites specifically devoted to Appreciative Inquiry.
2. Websites devoted to other forms of Positive Change research and initiatives.
An eloquent quote can convey important concepts and invoke participation and
collaboration. It can stir the emotions and create meaning. Please submit quotes
which emphasize the power of the positive in organizational like, personal
life and relational life.
These are informal "stories from the field". Tell us about your experiences
using AI for positive change. One of the basic theories underlying AI is the
power of the "story". We invite you to share your story with the
||Grants and RFPs
Please feel free to post any employment opportunities which you come across.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer coordinator to help build, expand and support
the AI Commons please contact Dawn Dole.