Your board can use generative thinking to produce more innovative ideas. This approach inspires new directions and fosters effective strategic decisions by veering away from the fiduciary topics and routine approvals that fill many meeting agendas.
Generative thinking involves:
- Asking value-adding questions
- Airing and understanding divergent views
- Developing better insights and opportunities
- Making better decisions
You can turn your board members into critical thinkers to drive better results for your organization.
- What does generative thinking mean?
- What are the characteristics of a generative model of governance?
- How can you benefit from the three kinds of generative thinking?
- How do fiduciary, strategic, and generative governance approaches differ?
- What steps can you take to create a generative board culture?
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