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How Might We Leverage Informed Intuition for Decision-making? - Design - GOOD

How Might We Leverage Informed Intuition for Decision-making? - Design - GOOD | The Next Edge | Scoop.it

"By using a network of knowledgeable experts, each of whom is good at recognizing a certain type of pattern that works, you can ultimately catch many more of the types of things that will succeed. Call it “network intuition” if you will—building on the cumulative pattern recognition of multiple expert perspectives to create a more systematic way of using intuition.

 

A networked approach to intuition also allows you to eliminate some of the error and bias that can creep into intuitive judgments. It’s possible to see the flaws when you’re using logical reasoning, but it’s almost impossible to catch mistakes and biases in your intuition. By compiling the perspectives of a network of advisors, you can begin to filter out some of the specific biases that might taint a single individual’s intuition."

 

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Global Action Networks | Networking Action

Global Action Networks | Networking Action | The Next Edge | Scoop.it

Global Action Networks (GANs) are a specific type of network. These are a new, innovative network that are addressing critical global issues like climate change, poverty, health, education, and human security. They do this by integrating seven characteristics.

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The work of many | Harold Jarche

The work of many | Harold Jarche | The Next Edge | Scoop.it

...Mavens can deeply understand a situation, Connectors are needed to get the word out, while Salespeople have to convince those in control to take action. All three are needed to mobilize a network.


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