≈ Martin - The Opposable Mind

Summary

The most successful leaders practice what Martin calls "integrative thinking": an approach to problem-solving that embraces complexity and eschews binary, either/or thinking. Integrative thinkers are able to consider the problem holistically, rather than as a series of discrete decisions or trade-offs, and adopt a broad view of salience to develop unique, creative approaches to the problem space.

Notes

Integrative thinking

Salience

Citation

Martin, Roger L. The Opposable Mind: How Successful Leaders Win Through Integrative Thinking. 1st edition. Boston, Mass: Harvard Business Review Press, 2007.


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