As we said this morning, we love to provide a list with favourite places for this evening (or the following evenings). With thanks to Sabine for her guiding! Download the favourite place here…
In the preconference, David Cooperrider explained vividly the art of asking questions. His statement is that inquiry can change the world and presented very surprisingly two examples of organizations that had the courage to experiment with Appreciative Inquiry: a group of schools in Hasselt (B) and a pharmaceutical company in Geel (B).
Shoes that bloom. A company based in the netherlands that makes sustainable shoes. What an innovation. and that’s not all. after you you have worn out the shoes, you can plant them and a flower will grow out of your old shoes. 100% bio degradable shoes.
The opening day of the WAIC ’12 gives me the impression that we are ready to take on several challenges. Just imagine if each of the 600 participants talk about positive ideas and AI to one person every day and that number exponentially grows I think within 20 years we will be able to completely […]
Cathy Camertijn made this nice video report on the last preparations of the conference yesterday.
We asked participants to write down the first word that popped in their mind thinking about the conference at the end of day 1. This is the result: contact: @kaajee – firstname.lastname@example.org
Visual recording of what is happening at WAIC2012. Look out for more! Posters made by Martine Vanremoortele.
A week from now it will be happening. No one knows what. But one thing’s for sure: it will be happening.
As a person born during the war I feel enormously worried. Worried about the big gap between rich and poor, the unacceptable plundering and inequal sharing of our planet earth’s wealth. Worried about the waste of science and technology in service of a happy few. Worried the arms race, the unsustainable way of our economic […]