Winning through Integrative Thinking Interview with Dean Roger MartinHost: Ted Garrison
Integrative Thinking is the ability to hold two opposing ideas in the mind at the same time with idea of taking the best from both views to create a better solution than either of the original ideas explains Dean Roger Martin. With Martin considered on top six business thinkers in the world, it’s essential for you listen as he explains this important concept and how it can improve your performance.
Wednesday, 19 October 2011 00:00
Breakthrough Thinking: Help for the Construction Industry Interview with Gerald NadlerHost: Ted Garrison
Asking questions is more than a process of asking questions, it’s about asking smart questions, advises Gerry Nadler, the founder of Center for Breakthrough Thinking. Listen to Nadler explain how you can develop a process to find the right solution to the problems you face.
Wednesday, 16 February 2011 00:00
A Whole New Mind for the Construction Industry Interview with Daniel PinkHost: Ted Garrison
The world is changing. This means the construction industry and those in it must change. Daniel Pink reports while the analytical skills of the left-brain are essential, they are no longer sufficient. We need to combine them with the creative right brain side of the mind – in essence; we need a whole brain approach. You can’t afford not to listen to this interesting discussion with Daniel Pink.
Wednesday, 09 February 2011 00:00
The How-To for Creative Project Management Interview with Michael DobsonHost: Ted Garrison
“Typically project management tells you how to find the answer, but it does a less good job of teaching you how to ask the right questions,” reports Michael Dobson. Listen to Dobson explain why taking a creative approach to identifying the right questions improves performance.
Wednesday, 19 January 2011 00:00
Developing Corporate Insights Interview with Dave Popple, Ph.D.Host: Ted Garrison
“Memory is the enemy of thinking and when someone comes in and doesn’t know your business they are able to ask the questions you thought you already knew the answers to,” reports Dave Popple, Ph.D. of Corporate Insights. Listen to this interview to learn how to increase your insights and how this increases your ability to innovate.