Thinking Whole: The How To

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Draw a triangle and write each of the propositions on one side of that triangle.

The Guide: The propositions are calling attention to the space around which they are arranged. The question for the team is: What is it that goes in the middle of the triangle? What one statement ties it all together? What is the Central Operating Principle we’re looking for? Introduce the notion of a Central Operating Principle, or a COP, possibly using this visual:

Invite discussion and fill the center of a circle on the flipchart with your Central Operating Principle.

At this point, you and the team have completed the two elements of Thinking Whole, Actionable Insighting and Crystallization of the Central Operating Principle.

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