Mind The Innovation
E31 How to think outside of your own experience.
February 15, 2022
Reflecting on what you've learned helps you retain information better. It also allows you to apply what you know to new situations. So this episode is a re-run where I had a great conversation with Terry Barnhart about how to teach people to think better - especially the advantages of skill stack, work in collaboration, and how to think outside of your own experience.
Reflecting on what you've learned helps you retain information better. It also allows you to apply what you know to new situations. So this episode is a re-run where I had a great conversation with Terry Barnhart about how to teach people to think better - especially the advantages of skill stack, work in collaboration and how to think outside of your own experience.

This podcast episode features Tarry Barnhart, Novartis Global Organizational Development Team.

How to think outside of your own experiences

What are the tools you teach people about how to think? How do you get teams to work together collaboratively on learning? It's really hard. Every high-performing team goes through cycles of growth and development and what really matters is how the team thinks and acts together.

Listen to Terry Barnhart talk about how to watch and create change in an organization in order for that organization to do better for the people in the organization.

Terry Barnhart is an expert in delivering operational, cultural, and innovation transformations to multi-national companies. He is part of Novartis Global Organizational Development Team.

"If we can't get out of the straitjacket mental models. Then we can't innovate. That's the thing that's holding you back." Terry Barnhart