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Contextual Intelligence By Matthew Kutz
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2013 Leadership Book Award for Innovation and Cutting-Edge Perspective Contextual Intelligence is a leadership model that will help you navigate constantly shifting environments. This book... More > integrates a cutting-edge 3D Thinking framework with 12 core behaviors that will help you diagnose your context and lead others to higher levels of performance. Today’s leadership landscape is dynamic and challenging. Earlier theories and assumptions appear to be inadequate and over simplistic in their ability to flex with the volatility and complexity of organizations which function in a knowledge economy at a local, national and global level. This book extends the non-Newtonian-based leadership paradigms by integrating the principles of tacit knowledge, synchronicity and time orientation, which are essential competencies for today’s leaders.< Less
Contextual Intelligence Profile By Matthew Kutz
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Use this profile to assess your current level of contextual intelligence.
Contextual Intelligence: Smart Leadership for a Constantly Changing World By Matthew Kutz
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2013 Leadership Book Award for Innovation and Cutting-Edge Perspective Contextual Intelligence is a leadership model that will help you navigate constantly shifting environments. This book integrates... More > a cutting-edge 3D Thinking framework with 12 core behaviors that will help you diagnose your context and lead others to higher levels of performance. Today’s leadership landscape is dynamic and challenging. Earlier theories and assumptions appear to be inadequate and over simplistic in their ability to flex with the volatility and complexity of organizations which function in a knowledge economy at a local, national and global level. This book extends the non-Newtonian-based leadership paradigms by integrating the principles of tacit knowledge, synchronicity and time orientation, which are essential competencies for today’s leaders.< Less
Increases Awareness By onne terre
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Techniques of *transferral consciousness* in the various states of imagination: +mental acuity +IP processes +sensory deprivation +internal perspectives +concentration Ubiquitous and pervasive... More > thinking systems are characterized by intelligent sensing and re-presenting. These systems seamlessly understand and respond to *contra-spaces* with advanced human intervention. Since such systems are required to be effectual and contextually based, embedded systems play an important role in their design. Furthermore, these systems need to run sophisticated mind exercises in a resource constrained environment. In this cataloguing for example, we focus on *contra-spaces* in such systems. This project focuses on optimization techniques and their impact on execution time in a complex real-world face tracking example.< Less
Chinese Information Warfare: A Phantom Menace Or Emerging Threat? By Toshi Yoshihara, Strategic Studies Institute
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Mao Tse-tung counseled, “To achieve victory we must as far as possible make the enemy blind and deaf by sealing his eyes and ears, and drive his commanders to distraction by creating confusion... More > in their minds.” Few concepts mesh so contextually with Mao than the Chinese approach to Information Warfare (IW). As the People’s Republic of China struggles with its national military strategy, IW offers opportunities to win wars without the traditional clash of arms. In this monograph, Mr. Toshi Yoshihara explores what he perceives to be China’s pursuit of IW as a method of fighting asymmetric warfare against the United States. Largely imitative of U.S. thoughts, literature, and practices on IW, he believes the Chinese are seeking ways to adapt it to their own style of warfare. Paradoxically, he observes that the Chinese have not gleaned their intelligence through espionage, but through careful scrutiny of U.S. IW in practice. The Persian Gulf War and Kosovo conflict have provided ample largess to the Chinese ...< Less