Appreciative Inquiry in Financial Planning and Life

Pullen, Courtney
October 2001
Journal of Financial Planning;Oct2001, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p52
Academic Journal
Focuses on the organizational change implemented by financial planners in the United States. Dynamics of business consulting and coaching; Model for the development of organizational change process; Improvements in individual performance with the merging cultures of international companies.


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