Challenges both external and internal Schools of thought; paradigms; mind set Brain-VS-Mind -Human; dog; fish; bacteria; virus Perception - filter, generalize, distort CAUTION: The Map is not theTerritory Intelligence-VS-"smart" Data, Information, knowledge, "Information Age" "Knowledge Economy" & Innovation Value-VS-Worth
Use of IT, IT, the enabler, Mobile Devices, Evernote app, "Calculators", Excel, Visualization, Gather/collect then assemble and present, Mash-Ups, DSG as the Nerve Center for Drug Development process & pipeline, Collective "Brain Power", TED talk: 3 ways the brain creates meaning. Tom Wujec [06:29], http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/tom_wujec_on_3_ways_the_brain_creates_meaning.html, Knowledge Management apps/systems, Knowledge Management @newly formed AZ, Complementing our human thinking, symbiotic?, Today's Bionic Men & Women, TED talk: We are all Cyborgs now. Amber Case. [00:07:53], http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/amber_case_we_are_all_cyborgs_now.html, Great for visual thinking, HEALTH WARNING, the magic bullet...'technology will save the world', Advance of technology seems to have out-paced our vocabulary, "IT", "IS", "IM", "IA", "ID", Where's the problem?, SFW sucks...let's prove it, IT does EXACTLY what we told it to do., Beware - Drinking from the fire-hose of information may hurt, Consequences, "Internet Time", "Always ON culture", TED talk: Why Work Doesn't Happen at Work. Jason Fried. [00:15:21], http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/jason_fried_why_work_doesn_t_happen_at_work.html, Information Overload, Sensory overload, like when I go by "Abercrombie & Finch" store in mall, Too much knowledge paralyzes thinking, Inbox anxiety, Declaring Inbox Bankruptcy, "knowing" everyone else's business, "Learned Helplessness" <http://psychology.about.com/od/lindex/f/earned-helplessness> <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Learned_helplessness>, "I LUV U" virus causes temporary paralysis, Zombies, New book: Zombie Economics, Trading "agents" that magnified a market down-turn (late 80s? early 90s?)
Inherently individualistic Myopia Elitist, intellectual snobbery Exclusionary. Loose-the-thread. Self-edification
Emotional Intelligence, relate to people, interact with people
(traditional) Intelligence, math, logic, recall
Can co-exist with other metaphors, Relate to 'mechanistic paradigm' bwo anatomy, Relate to 'organism paradigm' bwo physiology/biological systems, e.g. Autonomic Nervous System
Familiar enough, Can just "hum" along without being obvious
Relax? Play? Suspend belief? Pretend? Meditate? -Zen 'no mind' Flow Recoup? Resist temptation? Trust?
Too Far, Fallacies, Stops helping starts hindering
What's the Organizational equivalent of..., Stroke? Parkinson's Disease? Dementia? Alzeimer's Turrets? <http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/tourette/detail_tourette.htm> Stunned? Dumb-founded? At a loss for words? Foot-in-Mouth Brain Fart Over stimulated...keyed-up? Anxiety? Agitated? Stressed-out? Burned out? Delusional? Addicted? Co-dependent? Munchausen syndrome...Hypochondriac? http://my.clevelandclinic.org/disorders/Factitious_Disorders/hic_Munchausen_Syndrome.aspx Munchausen by Proxy? http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/001555.htm Sociopath?
Gist of it is quick to grasp - 5 senses
xQ - measuring brain power, IQ, EQ, "Social Intelligence"
TED talk: Your Brain on Improv. Charles Limb. [00:16:31], http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/charles_limb_your_brain_on_improv.html
TED talks: Look inside the brain. Christopher deCharms, http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/christopher_decharms_scans_the_brain_in_real_time.html
Aspects~Facets~Levels~Dimensions, Anatomy - Pieces &Whole, Physiology, Feeling, i.e. "primal" feelings, Intelligence, Thinking, Questioning, Analysis, Creativity, Dreaming, Personality, Integrity, Sanity, Interacting, Relating with others
Neat ideas emerge as potential applications/uses, Learning organizations, "mobile intelligence" (p107), self-organization, enable each person to apply their mind
Einstein's brain, only 2.7 lbs, full 10% SMALLER than avg.