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Psychological Aspects of Systems Intelligence

The construct of systems intelligence (SI) is a new concept to social and human sciences and to the study of man. This article aims firstly at providing a psychological articulation of SI by using different concepts of “intelligence” as offered … Continue reading

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From Neuro-Linguistic Programming to Systems Intelligence

Systems Intelligence (SI) is fundamentally about communications. Learning to work more effectively at the human interface, meaning in relation with other people and oneself, leads to an increase in Systems Intelligence. Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) offers valuable insight in a technical … Continue reading

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Being Individually Together is Systems Intelligent

This essay brings into dialogue the concept of systems intelligence and the scientific empirics of  volunteering. The empirical section presents a phenomenological study that focused on individual-level volunteer motivation and the experience of volunteering. This study produced an octagon model … Continue reading

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Dialogue and Systems Intelligence – A Work Philosophy

The article discusses dialogue as a way to enhance Systems Intelligence. A core idea of dialogue is to enhance human systems, be that, an organization, a team, or a family to recollect, create and strengthen its fundamental values. The article … Continue reading

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Systems Intelligence, Knowledge Systems and Darwin

This chapter anayses Systems Intelligence concept using systems theoretic tools constructed by combining the traditional input-output presentation of a dynamical system with a model for organizational knowledge creation. The analysis reveals that the concepts of internal models and perception filters … Continue reading

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The Social System of Systems Intelligence

This essay offers an preliminary study on systems intelligence as a social system based on four cornerstones: writings using the terminology of systems intelligence, search engines, models to describe the behavior of social phenomena, and a theory of social systems. … Continue reading

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Systems Intelligent Leadership

Leadership is a drive towards improvements in the company of others. It amounts to action within systems and the cultivation of systems, in order to create leverage and spirals towards the upscale. The best option is to face the living … Continue reading

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Systems View of Life

As the twenty-first century unfolds, it is becoming more and more evident that the major problems of our time – energy, the environment, climate change, food security, financial security – cannot be understood in isolation. They are systemic problems, which … Continue reading

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The Originality of Systems Intelligence

We have proposed that the work on emotional, social and multiple intelligence has missed a key form of human intelligence that we have called “systems intelligence.” By “systems intelligence” we mean “intelligent behavior in the context of complex systems involving … Continue reading

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The Triple Focus: A New Approach to Education

Daniel Goleman and Peter Senge provide educators with a rationale for incorporating three core skill sets in the classroom — understanding self, other, and the larger systems within which we operate—and show why these competencies are needed to help students … Continue reading

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