Integrative Thinking Three Ways: Creative Resolutions to Wicked Problems Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Integrative thinkers don't accept 'either/or' options. Generally terms, Integrative Thinking means' utilizing the tension between opposing models to create a creative solution in the form of a brand new model which features elements of the existing models, but is exceptional to each'.

Nevertheless, it's not a one-size-fits-all operation. In this specific article, including examples from Walmart as well as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the leaders of Integrative Thinking describe three kinds of 'integrations' that can lead to creative resolutions to issues.

PUBLICATION DATE: April 01, 2012 PRODUCT #: ROT164-PDF-ENG

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