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Use ThinkTank To Overcome Group Problem-Solving Limits

CIOs Can Learn From Consultancies To Use Collaboration Tools To Great Effect

October 21, 2016

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Authors

  • By Marc Cecere
  • with Matthew Guarini,
  • Rachael Klehm,
  • Christine Turley

Why Read This Report

Large, geographically distributed consulting projects incur high coordination and administrative costs and limit the number of clients who can actively participate. Furthermore, dysfunctional behaviors associated with groupthink often prevent the sharing of candid information. Several consultancies are using a software tool, ThinkTank, to overcome these limitations. Our research has shown that this technology combined with well-tested methodologies and learnings from behavioral science can greatly benefit both consultancies and CIOs.

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Table of Contents

  • Coordination, Travel, And Behavioral Factors Restrict Problem Solving
  • ThinkTank Enables More Efficient And Effective Problem Solving
  • ThinkTank Can Change Meetings From Analog To Digital
  • Recommendations

  • Consultancies, CIOs: Use ThinkTank For Competitive Advantage
  • What It Means

  • Changing Problem Solving Can Yield Big Benefits
  • Supplemental Material
  • Related Research Documents