Intuition’s Role in Decisions and Innovation

Wednesday, November 7th, 2007
20071107_KMWorld2006_StveBarthRichardMarrs.JPGRichard Marrs, and Steve Barth are talking about the relationship between intuition, decisions, and innovation.

Does more analysis make for more certainty
Does more certainty make for better decisions?

Everything you need to know about all of this (sorry, slide went by too fast)

Learning loops


     Sense                ---->         Respond
(attention and awareness)        (Assessment and action)


The cycle includes Change


Experience

the bandwidth of experience

Intuition & Expertise


First, some working definitions:


Intuition:

Expertise:

Cognition:

Culture:

OK slides are going by WAY TOO FAST, so I will stop writing and try to absorb what little I can. Hopefully I will be able to get a recording and the slides. The presentation is excellent but the audio in the room and th elack of handouts is making it difficult for me to follow.

Discussion/Comments (3):

Intuition’s Role in Decisions and Innovation

I'm really interested in the topic. Do they have a book? I'd like to hear what you think.

Posted at 11/13/2007 7:26:26 PM by Matthew Cornell


Intuition’s Role in Decisions and Innovation

I also attended there and was impressed by the presentation. Steve and Richard offered to send a link to the presentation to whom left e-mail address after it, and I did. Actually it's posted on Richard's blog: { Link }

FYR, bye!

Posted at 11/21/2007 6:32:51 PM by mrinzo


Intuition’s Role in Decisions and Innovation

Thanks Matthew. Keep nagging and we'll keep writing. The slides are up on my site, too, and also an article we wrote on the topic. { Link }

Posted at 11/22/2007 1:54:06 PM by Steve Barth



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