Intuition and Management
Research and Application
AUTHOR: Daniel Cappon
PUBLISHER: Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated
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A unique exploration of the source, determinants, and methods of accessing intuitive intelligence and creativity, Dr. Cappon's book will be of special value not only to corporate management, but to people in decision-making capacities in a wide range of other settings. Dr. Cappon examines how to measure intuitive intelligence, how to tap it, how to enhance and even train it, and how to use it to create innovation. Drawing upon the latest research as well as his own experiences as a psychologist and an organizational consultant, Dr. Cappon's insights will also interest academics in the social and behavioral sciences, and others in government settings.
The book defines intuitive intelligence and creativity (intu-creativity); describes why its use is imperative beyond the narrow limits of science and logic; and examines its anatomy, evolution (in the species), personal determinants, and metabolism. It provides the basis for the measurement of its capacity, consisting of 20 skills. It describes the areas of human endeavors most sensitive to its application, viz human relationships of all kinds. It further describes how it matures and how it can go wrong. Having provided the reader with the author's most up-to-date research and findings, the book goes on to describe how managers, entrepreneurs making decisions, and all ultimate deciders may use the heavenly twins of intuition and creativity and how they can train and enhance them. Finally, the author portrays intu-creativity as the measurable key to the secret of success in all human domains, and outlines the future application of this absolutely ground breaking work.
PUBLICATION DATE: 10/30/1994
CATEGORY: Business & Economics, Psychology