Read about the appreciative inquiry approach attached and complete the two tasks below.
1. Describe a situation where you would use appreciative inquiry to make changes either in your professional or personal life.
2. Use the Four-D Appreciative Inquiry Model illustrated to evaluate and improve this course so that it remains fresh and relevant. Your input is critical.
a) Discovery–Identifying the best of “what is.”
b) Dreaming–Envisioning “what might be.”
c) Deigning–Engaging is dialogue about “what should be.”
d) Delivering–Developing objectives about “what will be.”
Tip: To earn credit, you must apply the concepts described in the chapter to the course. This means, you need to respond to the Discovery, Dreaming, Designing, and Delivering aspect of MGT 306, Organizational Dynamics.