USING UPDATED INFORMATION FROM THE FRONTLINE

One of the foremost responsibilities of senior executives in established organizations, small and large, is to stay updated on current market developments and recognize when it is time to change course and adapt.[1] However, senior executives often hear what middle managers ’think they want to hear’, which often shields them from the shabby truth. Frontline employees capture what is going Click to read full article

4 Ways Organizations Can Start Using Collective Intelligence

  Collective Intelligence is enabling organisations to tap into the shared knowledge and expertise of large and diverse groups of people to address a variety of business challenges.  There are many ways in which organisations are using Collective Intelligence and we discuss some of these below. The Internet has given rise to some remarkable technologies that enable people to collaborate. Click to read full article

Why Collective Intelligence is the Future of Knowledge Generation for Businesses

If I placed an ox in front of you and asked you to assess its weight, how close would your guess be? While we don’t doubt your intellect and competence; statistically, you probably wouldn’t hit the jackpot. But if you place your guess as part of a crowd, now that’s another story. Positioning an ox in front of a group Click to read full article

Crowd Predictions From The Frontline

A proactive decision tool for dynamic strategic management   Crowd Predictions from the Frontline is a 3-year research project initiated and headed by Collective Intelligence Unit, Department of International Economics and Management, at Copenhagen Business School. The project is supported by The Danish Industry Foundation and derives from the foundation’s theme “call on new management principles”. The project aims to apply new crowd Click to read full article

What is The Predictive Brain?

Human predictions from a neuroscience perspective You may be unaware of it, but your brain makes thousands of predictions every day[1]. In fact, all humans possess an innate ability to predict the future; a mechanism we have developed through our evolution, which has been essential to the survival of our species [2].  For this reason, scientists have referred to the brain as Click to read full article