Manifesto

 Slow Thinking Manifesto
We are uncovering better ways of collaborating in interdisciplinary projects. We appreciate the value of:
Questions before Answers
Observations before Evaluations
Change of Perspective before Point of View
Self-Reflection before Criticism
People tend to “think fast”*. This could imply undesired effects. The items on the left side facilitate “slow thinking”. They improve the quality of the right side and should therefore be applied deliberately and intensively.
Apply the items on the left side, one more time than your intuition tells you!

 

*”Fast thinking” and “slow thinking” refer to the work of Nobel Prize in Economics winner Daniel Kahneman, who has researched the dichotomy between two modes of thought (“system 1” and “system 2”).

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Olaf Grassnick Deutschland
tim h. hancock USA
Rasmus Brorson Hansen Denmark
Anne-Marie Heemskerk The Netherlands
Benno Heeß Deutschland
Sven Heiden Germany
Eva Herbst Germany
Emmanuel HERVE France
barbara hill UK
Ewald Hillebrand Deutschland
annemarie hoffmann-kramer germany
andrea hohlweck germany
Ingo Höhn Germany
Henrik V. Hougaard Denmark
Michael Hundsinger Germany
Addyson James USA
damon jones USA
Eduardo Kambundo Angola
Gottfried Kaube Germany
Simon Keller Germany
maximilian kempf Germany
Katharina Kettner Canada
Sepp Kirc Austria
Oliver Kleinknecht Germany
Oxana Klimenko Russia
Jan Klose Germany
Wiebke Koch Germany
Gerhard Kraetzschmar Germany
Tine Kragh Nielsen Denmark
Johannes Kraus Germany