The Power of Minds at Work: Organizational Intelligence in Action
The Power of Minds at Work
Review and Analysis of Albrecht's Book
The must-read summary of Karl Albrecht’s book: “The Power of Minds at Work: Organizational Intelligence in Action”.
This complete summary of the ideas from Karl Albrecht’s book “The Power of Minds at Work” shows that when intelligent people are assembled in an organisation, they will tend towards collective stupidity. In his book, the author explains that in order to offset this law, organizational intelligence is needed. In practical terms, organisational intelligence is the antidote to collective stupidity and a deliberate effort to multiply and take advantage of the collective brainpower of everyone involved. This summary offers seven key traits of organisational intelligence that you can adapt and apply to ensure that your company is free from collective stupidity.
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