Monday, April 30, 2007

Dynamic Interaction/Types of Intelligence:Part One

I've spoken before about the need to create a "dynamic" flow of information, analysis and public policy creation as opposed to the "static" method most organizations now employ. I've also expressed the opinion that we need to broaden the number of individuals involved in the process and allow for a wide range of ability and talent (multi-disciplinary) in determining public policy for Long Island.

This is just one of many theories on types of intelligence, but I think it simplifies (for the time being) the concept in a way that is immediately understandable.

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