Tool: Shared Cognition

Human brain is wired in such a way that social interaction involves different type of focus and significantly facilitates learning. This turns out to be very beneficial in terms of acquiring new ways of working where people not only need to evolve their concept of enterprise reality but also align those newly acquired Mental Models across the board.

In that regard, social learning becomes key to the transformation success. Following are some examples of such shared cognition applied in the process of adopting new methods:

  • Swarming mode in mastering a new practice. This helps tremendously, as swarming is a dynamic process which helps different people interact at different times, based on the context, and thus facilitates cross-pollination.
  • Joint and cross-level workshops. This includes

 

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