Fostering Collective Intelligence: Helping Groups Use Visualized
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(enlargements/colour versions of reduced/black and white figures in the book)
Figure 7.1: Map showing portion of an open, minimally structured discussion.
Figure 7.2: Map showing results of brainstorming, grouping, and labeling exercise.
Figure 7.3: Task template from Y2KCP Project.
Figure 7.4: Early call completion process map using the task template.
Figure 7.5: Auto-generated diagrammatic output.
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