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The Essence of Appreciative Inquiry – Melbourne

The Essence of Appreciative Inquiry – Melbourne | Text analytics and Data mining in organization and management studies | Scoop.it
This highly practical, fun and interactive workshop is very different from the standard approach, because it focuses on the ‘essence‘ of Appreciative Inquiry so critical for success.
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How To Ask [for stories]--And Listen [to stories]--Like You Mean It

How To Ask [for stories]--And Listen [to stories]--Like You Mean It | Text analytics and Data mining in organization and management studies | Scoop.it

Questions are the expressive, probing language for growing others; listening is the receptive, facilitating language for growing others. These two complementary approaches form a continuous growth conversation loop.


Leaders who are helping others to grow and innovate are always trying to craft the best questions to make a difference. Here's how to ask the questions that will propel your team and your organization forward.


Listening -- I mean listening really well -- is sometimes hard to do. Here's a great article by Kevin Cashman, author of The Pause Principle, reminding us that the more deeply and authentically we can listen to another, the deeper our questions go, and the deeper our understanding becomes.


Listening deeply is the first storytelling skill to build -- so you know which story to share or ask for. And then so you can dig more deeply into the story to understand what it really means.


For leaders, this is essential. For anyone wanting to master business storytelling, it is critical. Many marketing and branding folks have still not caught on to listening as being a vital component when using stories.


Sooooo -- here's a reminder that also contains some great insights, a list of what not to do, and a nice section on the power of authentic questions.


Now I'll go on a hunt and see if I can find an article for you just on the Art of the Question. For as they say in Appreciative Inquiry, the question is the intervention -- so knowing how to craft and ask the question is key.


In the meantime, enjoy this article.


This review was written by Karen Dietz for her curated content on business storytelling at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it ;


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The 5 C's of innovation ecosystems - Devex

The 5 C's of innovation ecosystems - Devex | Text analytics and Data mining in organization and management studies | Scoop.it
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The application of innovative models in international development has captured the attention of program implementers, funders, researchers and policymakers alike.
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When the Turing Test is not enough: Towards a functionalist determination of consciousness and the advent of an authentic machine ethics

When the Turing Test is not enough: Towards a functionalist determination of consciousness and the advent of an authentic machine ethics | Text analytics and Data mining in organization and management studies | Scoop.it

Empirical research that works to map those characteristics requisite for the identification of conscious awareness are proving increasingly insufficient, particularly as neuroscientists further refine functionalist models of cognition. To say that an agent "appears" to have awareness or intelligence is inadequate. Rather, what is required is the discovery and understanding of those processes in the brain that are responsible for capacities such as sentience, empathy and emotion. Subsequently, the shift to a neurobiological basis for identifying subjective agency will have implications for those hoping to develop self-aware artificial intelligence and brain emulations. The Turing Test alone cannot identify machine consciousness; instead, computer scientists will need to work off the functionalist model and be mindful of those processes that produce awareness. Because the potential to do harm is significant, an effective and accountable machine ethics needs to be considered. Ultimately, it is our responsibility to develop a rigorous understanding of consciousness so that we may identify and work with it once it emerges.


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consciousness is residues of our mundane examinations about reality: the substantive aspects, contexts and evaluative appropriateness

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New Computer Taps Directly Into the Fundamental Fabric of Reality -

New Computer Taps Directly Into the Fundamental Fabric of Reality - | Text analytics and Data mining in organization and management studies | Scoop.it
how does a quantum computer work, quantum computing, qubit

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Quantum computing probably needs to be developed on the 'reverse side' of the classical computing??

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Structured vs Unstructured

This video covers the difference between structured and unstructured data.
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Redefining Interactive Narratives & Multimedia Storytelling

Redefining Interactive Narratives & Multimedia Storytelling | Text analytics and Data mining in organization and management studies | Scoop.it
An excellent story is often compelling because of its layers. Each layer reveals a new concept or an arc that compels the reader or viewer to continue their narrative journey...

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Critical Appreciative Inquiry

Workshop presented at the #2012waic conference - Ghent, Belgium (Critical Appreciative Inquiry http://t.co/tM0AN2ND #emprendimiento...)...
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Use Appreciative Inquiry to Motivate and Engage Employees - StangerCarlson

Use Appreciative Inquiry to Motivate and Engage Employees - StangerCarlson | Text analytics and Data mining in organization and management studies | Scoop.it
Appreciative inquiry is a powerful tool for motivating and engaging employees. Instead of asking why something is not working or being critical of an employee’s work, think about taking a different approach.

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Hearing: Best Practices in Transforming Research into Innovation

Subcommittee on Technology and Innovation Hearing -Best Practices in Transforming Research into Innovation: Creative Approaches to the Bayh-Dole Act Jun ...
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Machine ethics: The robot’s dilemma

Machine ethics: The robot’s dilemma | Text analytics and Data mining in organization and management studies | Scoop.it

In his 1942 short story 'Runaround', science-fiction writer Isaac Asimov introduced the Three Laws of Robotics — engineering safeguards and built-in ethical principles that he would go on to use in dozens of stories and novels. They were: 1) A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm; 2) A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the First Law; and 3) A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws.
Fittingly, 'Runaround' is set in 2015. Real-life roboticists are citing Asimov's laws a lot these days: their creations are becoming autonomous enough to need that kind of guidance. In May, a panel talk on driverless cars at the Brookings Institution, a think tank in Washington DC, turned into a discussion about how autonomous vehicles would behave in a crisis. What if a vehicle's efforts to save its own passengers by, say, slamming on the brakes risked a pile-up with the vehicles behind it? Or what if an autonomous car swerved to avoid a child, but risked hitting someone else nearby?

 

http://www.nature.com/news/machine-ethics-the-robot-s-dilemma-1.17881


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The concerns about the invisibility of what robots determine can better be resolved by enabling communications between robots and humans. By extension of the 'machine learning' approach, 'learning human language' seems worthwhile being attempted :)

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16 Bizarre, Surprising, Or Creepy Google Projects From Bloodstream Robots, Military Dogs, Lunar Bases, And Even Deodorant

16 Bizarre, Surprising, Or Creepy Google Projects From Bloodstream Robots, Military Dogs, Lunar Bases, And Even Deodorant | Text analytics and Data mining in organization and management studies | Scoop.it
From lightbulbs to your bloodstream, genomes to Terminator-type robots, Google is involved in every aspect of your life--and even in extending life--and possibly preserving your digital self forever.
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I would like to propose my project: computing narrative processes:)

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Moral imagination as a key to overcoming work-related stigmas

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Moral imagination is an essential faculty for workers who must overcome the stigmas of ethical conflicts and social rejection associated with certain types of jobs, according to a study carried out at the Universidad Carlos III of Madrid.

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Text Mining - Text Analytics and Web Journal

Text Mining - Text Analytics and Web Journal | Text analytics and Data mining in organization and management studies | Scoop.it

So, who knows the “revenue per visit” of their websites? I don’t – I don’t sell anything on my site – so how’d I figure that out? Ok, say I did sell something, that would be one thing – but then the fun begins as I figure out how I’m going to calculate revenue after expenses.

 

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