The Social Dynamics of Thinking

Social dynamics can refer to the behaviour of groups that results from the interactions of individual group members as well as the study of the relationship between individual interactions and group level behaviours. It is often assumed that the act of thinking is highly individual. Better thinking or poor thinking is located inside the brain or …

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Focus and Group Dynamics Define the Thinking

Focus defines the input of information that defines the thinking, and by that, the conclusions, solutions or opinions derived from it. In a schedule: information (A) is semi-processed in a funnel (A,B,C) of biases, assumptions and conditions to a logical solution, opinion or conclusion (C). Area A is the focus area, the area where the …

Too Many Ideas?

Normally we are asked to help people or teams to get ideas. Because they are stuck, running around in circles, blocked, don't have inspiration or are just not creative "by nature". However, in most of the cases they lack creative thinking tools by wich they can create deliberately alternative approaches or construct systematically breakthrough ideas. …

Brainstorm Warning – No Cool Ideas Found

Jeffrey Baumgartner describes himself as "Not your typical, corporate innovation consultant". Below you can listen to his recent independently organised TED talk, which has been described as "An energetic & stimulating speech on the future of creative idea generation!!" -- organisers of TEDxULB. Jeffrey is the co-founder of the Brussels Imagination Club which holds experimental …