Integrative Thinking 2.0: Users Guide to your Opposable Mind Case Solution

Peter Drucker once said that the most effective leaders ignore conventional wisdom on reaching consensus and instead work to create disagreement and discord. As mentioned Drucker, opposing models are only a problem if we choose to treat them as such. The authors describe the four phases of integrative thinking, an approach to the creation of a program developed at the Rotman School of Management model, which has evolved through research and practice. Even once it reaches its “comprehensive solution” the authors point out that the challenge is not over: all the solutions are finally obsolete and therefore integrative thinkers treat their solutions as “temporary”: new information appears in opposition the “solution”, the process begins again. However, if carefully applied, show that integrative thinking can give managers the opportunity to tackle the difficult problems they face.
by
Jennifer Riel
Roger Martin
Source: Rotman School of Management
5 pages.
Publication Date: January 1, 2014. Prod #: ROT216-PDF-ENG
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Integrative Thinking 2.0: Users Guide to your Opposable Mind Case Solution
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