Are you looking for a structure to guide a discussion around an important topic? Consider following this Generative Thinking Exercise.
This guide offers:
Some example questions that generative thinking is good for
Three generative thinking modes
Space to recognize new questions, counter points, success indicators or conclusions
One of the key responsibilities of a board is making strategic decisions. However, making decisions can be challenging when opinions are involved. Deploying generative thinking over key decisions helps boards make decisions as a group and not as individuals, as well as the ability to look at a decision from multiple perspectives.
Deploy this kind of thinking the next time you have a decision to make as a board and feel good about the choices you've made together.
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