Intelligence is not just something that happens inside individual brains. It also arises with groups of individuals.
An innovative process, using: > human empathy, > skills sharing approaches, > systematic tools and reasoning models to > Reinforce imagination > Generate intuition oriented to solutions >Making common sense common practice in resolving & managing issues and everyday practices > Get rid of a centralized mindset and institutionalize mindset of ownership & accountability (intra-preneurs) > Use methodologies to master interaction dynamics and relations > Harness groupmind dynamics and create functionalization alignment > Embrace differences in perspective as a vehicle to model and derive ideas from a new thinking set > Learn how to get out of their box, and promote innovative thinking > Eliminate interpersonal relationships barriers > Integrate ideas from argumentations and different perspectives > Enhance a culture of intra-preneurship that reinforces strategic and critical thinking
“Collective intelligence occur as groups of individuals act collectively in ways that seem intelligent”
Professor Thomas Malone MIT Sloan School of Management