AIM2Flourish is the largest worldwide appreciative inquiry into the discovery and design of positive institutions that we've ever designed. It celebrates and catalyzes radical innovation, as part of a global "anticipatory learning" challenge. Through intergenerational connections, we're inviting and inspiring the current and next generation of young business leaders to build a better world, by helping them to become the best in the world at seeing the best for the world. It's what my colleague Tojo Thachenkery wrote about in his book called Appreciative Intelligence.
New ways of doing business are both profitable and can be uplifting for people and their communities: that's what we are searching for: Business as an Agent of World Benefit. In the video clips from Ron Fry, Lindsey Godwin, and Roberta Baskin, Chris Laszlo, Peter Senge,myself and others, you are invited to sign up, do interviews using the Appreciative Inquiry approach, and even invite classrooms, workshops you lead, and institutes everywhere to encourage their participants to be part of a movement for good. It's a powerful way to teach and learn appreciative inquiry but most important, the search for Business as an Agent of World Benefit always surprises because the stories are emerging exponentially--and so many of them are still untold.
The project, to be sure, is not an answer but a question. And it's a bet on curiosity velocity: acceleration of the future depends on the world's capacity to see the true, the good, the better, and the possible at a velocity that matches the global learning gap, that is, the gap between the complexity of our own making and our learning capacity to innovate ahead of the curve. Click Here: