The practice of Principled Innovation provides opportunities for individual and organizational development within the moral, civic, intellectual and performance assets. The Principled Innovation continuum can be used as a reflective tool for individuals, teams and organizations to identify the degree to which they are currently engaging in the practices of Principled Innovation and embodying the four assets.
By: Principled Innovation® (PI)
Educator-prep | Lifelong learners
Introduction to appreciative inquiry
By: David L. Cooperrider Center for Appreciative Inquiry
What is a critical reflection? Introducing the “what, so what, now what” model
By: University of Guelph
Sense of purpose—the most important strength?
By: Psychology Today, Sherry Hamby
Futures thinking now: examining assumptions about the future
What are systems?