Elements of collective intelligence in organizational context

collective intelligence

“The capacity of a
social organism, such as a corporation, to:

  • sense its needs and that of
    its environment (stakeholders)
  • generate choices that will satisfy
    those collective needs
  • anticipate the consequences of those choices
  • to make choices that best serve the well-being of those affected by
    those choices
  • learn from the consequences of those choices”

Source: The Infinite Games Distinctionary, by Bill Veltrop

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