Onvergent and Divergent Thinking Part II
Shared Practice: Convergent and Divergent Thinking
Read a selection of your colleaguesa postings.
Respond by Day 5, to two of your colleagues in one or more of the following ways: (COLLEAGUE POSTS ATTACHED RESPOND TO EACH AS IF DIRECTLY FROM ME TO THEM 125+ WORDS A PIECE WITH AT LEAST TWO CITATIONS PER RESPONSE)
Compare the experiences your colleagues shared regarding divergent-thinking and convergent-thinking processes and how culture influenced them.
Share an insight you gained from a colleagues post and offer ways you and your colleagues can systematically apply divergentand convergent-thinking processes to your work environment and management strategies.
Offer an alternative viewpoint about the solution your colleague selected and provide a rationale.
Offer an additional solution specific to each colleagues problem that your colleague may not have thought about and explain the process you used to come up with your suggested solution.
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