In5d TM is a revolutionary new product for the evaluation and management of enterprise decisions.  In an ever increasingly connected world, change and uncertainty abounds.  Enterprises that succeed will manage their global  organisation as a single entity and continually adapt to rapidly changing conditions.

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Leveraging Knowledge through Cointeraction

Survival in a rapidly changing, increasingly complex environment requires companies to be more agile and to learn in different ways.  In the past there has been an emphasis on compartmentalised experiential learning and experiment-based process improvement, which is appropriate in an environment that is changing at a relatively slow pace.  New ways of collaboratively creating and deploying knowledge must be introduced into organisations in order to transition their cultures to be more resilient in highly complex environments.  To truly leverage the collective intelligence of an organisation, experts and knowledge workers need to work in new ways that emphasize more than just collaboration but actually facilitate a process we call cointeraction

Indeva consultants employ a variety of measures to facilitate cointeractive learning within organisations in the context of systemically approaching complex problems.  Your organisation's value cycle needs to include the learning process to connect the modelling process to the decision process effectively.  This involves interacting with other people in an environment focused on learning about the context, model and alternatives to refine the model and ensure it captures the tacit knowledge of a situation that is present within an organisation.

The processes we use ensure that model refinements are focused on the aspects of the model that are important to achieving the objectives by incorporating analytical importance sampling techniques.  Our consultants provide a structured and defined process for testing and refining models to incorporate expert knowledge to better define and capture uncertainty, interaction and dependencies in the model.  Problem solving becomes systemic and iterative as a result and the model becomes a collective mental model of the context of the business problem to be addressed.

Please see our case study on Collective Intelligence for more information on cointeraction and systematic problem solving.