Thinking methods as a lever to develop collective intelligence

Ursula Teubert

Abstract


This publication describes a methodology and framework for the use of thinking
methods as a lever to develop collective intelligence. The purpose of the described methodology
and framework is to leverage in an optimal way thinking methods well-chosen to the decided
purpose and objective of a specific task. The conscientious use of thinking methods allows
individuals and teams to better deploy brainwork and “wire” individuals into a collective
thinking process, increasing agility and quality of collective sensemaking and collective
intelligence. This methodology can be taught in combination with teaching content like
innovation models or marketing, with the objective that students acquire not only the content
but also learn to implement it, using the most efficient thinking methods.

Keywords


Market Market Intelligence, Business Intelligence, Competitive Intelligence, Information Systems, Geo-Economics

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.37380/jisib.v10i2.580

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