Tag: Appreciative Inquiry

  • New Article on Strategic Planning

    I am pleased to report that an article Kathy Dabbour at California State University Northridge (CSUN) and I wrote has just been published in the Journal of Library Administration 57 (4). The article, Dialogic Approaches to Strategic Planning in Academic Libraries, a contribution to┬áthe Strategic Planning and Assessment column edited by Wanda V. Dole, discusses […]

  • Why I am “pro” rather than “anti”

    About the same time that I proposed to use an Appreciative Inquiry approach for strategic planning with a new client, Chris Bourg wrote a piece about anti-harassment policies at conferences for her blog, Feral Librarian. Chris advised other libraries to join Stanford in encouraging staff members to look at whether a conference has an anti-harassment […]