Intelligence Strategy: The Integrated 3c-Ok Framework of Intelligent Human Organizations
As humanity immerses deeper into the knowledge?intensive era, the mindset for leading, managing and structuring human organizations has to be transformed. Attention has been shifting from tangible to intangible assets. Human thinking systems, the sources where the world's most intense intrinsic intelligence originates become the key focal center. Intelligence and its dynamic are nonlinear. Arising from human consciousness are the two vital mental functions of awareness and mindfulness. These functions determine the quality of the mental state of the interacting agents. In addition, a high level of intelligence facilitates faster learning. All competitive human beings learn continuously to enhance the quality of their knowledge structures. Consequently, the bio?logic and human decision?making process improve. These activities constitute a critical component of the evolution dynamic. Similar to any intelligent biological organisms, all human organizations as composite complex adaptive systems must also nurture their own orgmind and collective intelligence to ensure their relevance and survival in the new context. Concurrently, activities such as continuous organizational learning, facilitating effective knowledge management processes, and building quality corporate knowledge structures must be cultivated. A mindful culture manifesting collaborative and sharing characteristic is crucial for sustaining the integrated dynamic. Recognizing the interdependency of the attributes involved is a key requirement. The 3C?OK framework to be conceptualized in this analysis is an attempt to enhance the new mindset. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
Management Information Systems
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
Human Systems Management
LIANG, Thow Yick.
Intelligence Strategy: The Integrated 3c-Ok Framework of Intelligent Human Organizations. (2004). Human Systems Management. 23, (4), 203-211. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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