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Thursday, July 2, 2009

Guidelines to optimize and document a collective thought process

by BrightSilence

During my time playing ARG's, I've learned a lot of things about group thinking, brainstorming and the way information is shared. And while the collective knowledge and intelligence is often surprisingly high, the effectiveness leaves a lot to be desired. There is a lot of wasted effort being put in, that never leads to any results.
One of the bigger problems lays within human nature itself. The will to be right. This often leads to finding connections where there really are none or believing in a thought up theory mostly because it's your own. Even if there are hardly any facts to back it up. These wild tangents keep everyone distracted from what's actually out there to find.
With this article I'm hoping to show a way to improve the effectiveness of collective thinking and introduce a way to document findings in a useful and organised manner.


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