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About Integrative Thinking
Integrative Thinking arms decision makers with the ability to constructively face the tensions of opposing models, and instead of choosing one at the expense of the other, generate a creative resolution of a new model that contains elements of both models, but is superior to each. Integrative Thinking was a thinking pattern recognized by Roger Martin, the Dean at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto, after conducting interviews with leaders such as Piers Handling of the Toronto International Film Festival, Victoria Hale from One World Health and A.G. Lafley from Procter and Gamble. At its heart, Integrative Thinking is a problem solving process that was designed to help leaders and entrepreneurs create better solutions.
About the Workshop
In this three- hour workshop, we have designed an experiential workshop that helps you dive into exploring opposing models, get a taste for using design to create new models and understand the underlying interpersonal dynamics that help us communicate our new models. At the end of this workshop, you will walk away with insights into how you make decisions and ideas of how you might approach it differently.
The Workshop is for
- Entrepreneurs who are constantly faced with either/or decisions
- New leaders who are looking for alternative process to think about their role and choices they face
- Problem solvers who think that the world is full of opportunities to create
and will be facilitated by
Josie Fung is a serial entrepreneur and a consummate strategist. Her meandering career has given her over 10 years of experience in creating and growing start-ups and user-centered design strategy in the world of technology, financial institutions and education (though not always all at once).
Nogah Kornberg is an educator and entrepreneur. Having spent the last 13 years playing in the world of youth civic engagement, social entrepreneurship and education, she has developed a knack for curriculum design, idea implementation and reframing problems.
Refreshments will be served.