Systems Intelligence - Discovering a Hidden Competence in Human Action and Organizational Life
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Systems Analysis Laboratory Research Reports, A88
AbstractThis volume contains working paper articles on a number of facets of Systems Intelligence. The topics represent the authors’ diverse backgrounds and orientations. We have wanted to approach the concept of Systems Intelligence in the Open Source – spirit, and have encouraged in our seminars and workshops students and scholars to use their own intuitions and experience for the benefit of identifying Systems Intelligence at work in various aspects of life. This methodology, unorthodox as it is academically, has led to fruitful perspectives and contributions, we think. Many of the authors will continue to work on their essays and publish them in academic journals in their own fields. We thank the contributors and hope the reader will find the essays collected here to be stimulating and rewarding. The essays collected here are intended to the view that Systems Intelligence is a highly intuitive and useful concept for the purposes of enriching one’s everyday conceptualizations and the actions based on those conceptualizations. Systems Intelligence, we hope, will prove useful as a theoretical concept and also in terms of its true applications in the reader’s personal life. We believe the reader will find Systems Intelligence a mirror that helps her to identify productive forms of actions one already follows intuitively.
Systems Intelligence, Competence, Human Action, Organizational Life