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Co-Intelligent Practices, Approaches, Processes and Organizations

Most co-intelligent practices and approaches are group or community processes. But co-intelligence is not limited to those. It also includes ways of addressing human diversity, ways of working with nature, ways of engaging with greater forms of intelligence, modes of inquiry, political and economic innovations and much more. The list below, as long as it is, barely scratches the surface of the tools and models available to us to build a more co-intelligent culture. You can see other efforts to compile such approaches at Multiple-Approach Studies and Compilations.

Aikido
Asset-based Community Development
Bioregionalism
Citizen Consensus Councils
Citizen Deliberative Councils
Co-counselling
Co-incarnational manifestation
Community
Conscious evolution
Consensus Conferences
Consensus Process
Consensus Organizing
Co-operatives
Creativity
Danish citizen technology panels
Deliberation
Despair and Empowerment work
Dialogue (aka "Conversation")
Dynamic Facilitation
Facilitation
Fishbowl
Future Search
Gestures of Conversational Presence
Group awareness exercises
Group Silence
Groupware and other "electronic co-intelligence"
Holistic Management
How Less Work can Make the World Better
Imagineering
Learning Circles
Listening Circles
Listening Projects
Mediation
Morphogenetic fields
Natural Capitalism
Nonviolence
Nonviolent Communication
Open Question Circles
Open sentences practice
Open Space Technology
Permaculture
Personality typing
Process Worldwork
The Quaker Way of Discussing Business
Quality of Life Indicators
Questions
Scenario and Visioning Work
The State of Grace Document
Strategic Questioning
Study Circles
Sustainability
Tavistock
T-groups
Widening Circles exercise
Wisdom Council
The World Cafe
Others

Other organizations

Center for Group Learning
Civic Practices Network
Coalition for Dialogue and Deliberation
Urban Research Program

See also

Co-Intelligence Stories and Examples

Public issues - The Co-Intelligence Institute and its colleagues occasionally engage with specific social issues as teaching opportunities to exemplify how the co-intelligence perspective can help us all deal with such issues.

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