Working as a team to thwart the traps of memory
Overcoming the subjective and imprecise nature of memory by putting various people’s memories in common.
When we share an experience with other people—for instance, a meeting or an interview—it is not rare that, in hindsight, the memories of the various protagonists diverge sharply, even if, in theory, they all experienced the same thing. This is explained by the partial and imprecise nature of our memory. What if the solution to this consisted in collectively taking advantage of the variety of points of view?
A Look at the News
Shifting from confrontation to dialogue
How can we establish a true dialogue to get the teams to commit to change?
Co-design: Knowing how to dialogue
In a digital era that forces us to be more agile, open and cooperative, the aptitude for dialogue is an essential condition to innovate and adapt. How can you develop your ability to hold constructive team discussions?