Collective intelligence development in business by Patricia Bouvard, Herv? Suzanne

By Patricia Bouvard, Herv? Suzanne

This ebook analyses the improvement of Collective Intelligence by means of a greater wisdom of the range of the temperaments and behavioural and relational strategies. the aim is to assist the reader turn into a greater Collective Intelligence chief, who might be capable of capitalize at the specificities and the diversities of the participants found in its collective, and rework those adjustments into complementarities, that are a resource of wealth.

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Yes, emphatically, three times yes! 5. To implement change Heraclitus (Greek philosopher, first dialectical thinker, 6th Century BCE), said: “Change is the only constant. Everything changes and nothing stands still”. By approaching the pillars of Business development, we have seen that contextual changes that are varied and often substantial are a reality that companies cannot help but eventually confront. On this topic, there is a multitude of questions: Should we change? When? What? How much?

Traditional organizations are vertical, in silos, with hierarchical stacking. It results in a kind of “everyone for themselves”; people avoid conflicts; each person has their dogmas, without caring for others (…). The way of the future is simplified organizations that are more reactive, with fewer hierarchical levels, more in tune with what is happening on the ground, liberating information in order to adapt strategy”. : “Not Invented Here”. These three letters demonstrate the unfortunate fact of rejecting everything that was not created, thought out and developed in one’s own department.

In short, these are tough times for creatives, a population that is traditionally difficult to integrate. We had the pleasure of working with a French company made up of about 15 pure creatives (profession: development engineers). These “crazy creatives” had put together an electronic book and were trying to market it. Unfortunately, “no one is a prophet in their own country”, and they were most often met with answers like, “Ah yes, but it’s new”, “Our customers 22 Collective Intelligence Development in Business prefer paper” and “For the Vidal, it would be fine” (Wow!

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