Getting On-The-Same-Page: A Classic Grounded Theory Explaining What Happens When Edward de Bono's Thinking Tools are Utilised by Work Teams in Business Organisations
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The purpose of the study presented in this Thesis was to explore the correct utilisation of Edward de Bono’s thinking tools by work teams within business organisations. The problem investigated was the main concern of people who correctly utilise de Bono’s tools during work team occasions. The Getting On-The-Same-Page classic grounded theory explains how this concern is resolved with getting-on-the-same-page, a cognitive capability process consisting of three stages. These stages are Tooling-Up, Tensing and Enabling.
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