Auteur: Erickson, Sheryl
Auteur: Ott, John
Editeur: Berrett-Koehler Publishers
When human beings gather together, a depth of awareness and insight, a transcendent knowing, becomes available.
Based on nine years of research The Power of Collective Wisdom shows how we can tap into the extraordinary cocreative potential that exists in every group. Collective wisdom is elusive and unpredictable-it can't be willed into being, but the authors describe six commitments people can adopt that will increase the likelihood of its appearing.
Stories and historical examples throughout serve to illuminate and illustrate how collective wisdom has emerged in a range of settings and through the lives and traditions of varied cultures. Equally important, the authors describe how to recognize the pitfalls of polarization or false agreement, either of which can lead to collective folly-a phenomenon with which recent history has made us all too familiar. And they offer a set of practices to help readers maintain the key lessons of the book.
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