Nurturing Intelligent Human Systems: The Nonlinear Perspective of the Human Minds
Organizing around intrinsic intelligence is a new paradigm that all human organizations must adopt if they wish to evolve successfully in the emerging intelligence revolution. This fresh mindset perceives human systems as intelligent corporate beings possessing an orgmind and a collective intelligence of their own. Intelligence is the entity that drives the universe and its microcosms. Some attributes associated with human intelligence are mindfulness, information processing, knowledge structuring, and nonlinearity. Nonlinearity, in particular, is manifested because the inherent sources of intelligence, the human minds, are complex adaptive systems where order and disorder co-exist. Human organizations that are intelligent are able to tap on and exploit these characteristics collectively and effectively. Consequently, these organizations are able to learn, adapt, selforganize and co-evolve quickly with their environment as biological beings. Their intelligent structure is also better at exploiting the innovative and creative energy embedded at the edge of chaos.
Management Information Systems
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
Human Systems Management
Liang, Thow Yick.
Nurturing Intelligent Human Systems: The Nonlinear Perspective of the Human Minds. (2001). Human Systems Management. 20, (4), 281-289. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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