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The Mystery of Collective Intelligence

Why are some teams, businesses, countries and cultures successful and enduring, and some not? The book describes practical applications of collective intelligence, and unlocks the secrets of highly successful teams at all levels in corporations and governments. Well-known companies are analysed, and the reasons for their success or decline explained.

The Mystery of Collective Intelligence proposes a new theory of organizational intelligence, explaining how organizational intelligence lies behind AI, robotics and the accelerating automation that is revolutionizing industry around the world. The book explains how organizations themselves can improve their decision-making cultures.

The Mystery of Collective Intelligence describes the scientific basis for collective decision-making, and discusses how ethical and socially responsible corporate objectives lead to increased innovation and information sharing, which ultimately leads to improved economic success.

Author: Dr George White is Distinguished Career Professor, Carnegie Mellon University, Qatar and Pittsburgh, PA, USA

Title: The Mystery of Collective Intelligence
Subject Classification: Business and Management, Decision Making, Economics and Finance
BIC Classification: KJ, GPQ, KC
Binding: Hardback, pp.168
Publication date: 14th February 2022
ISBN (printed book): 978-1-871891-31-7
ISBN (ebook): 978-1-871891-32-4

Price: £69.99

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"Fascinating, insightful, surprising and full of documented ways to achieve better results in any organization.  My copy is covered in highlights.  A must read for anyone who wants to maximize their organization or team performance."

- Dr. Rick Cardin, Chairman Harvard Growth Strategies, USA

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