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The ingenuity gap

Maren Leed

The ingenuity gap

officer management for the 21st century

by Maren Leed

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Published by Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Military missions,
  • United States -- Armed Forces -- Officers -- Management,
  • United States -- Armed Forces -- Officers -- Training of,
  • United States -- Armed Forces -- Personnel management

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementprincipal author, Maren Leed ; contributing author, David Sokolow.
    ContributionsSokolow, David.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUB413 .L39696 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24029230M
    ISBN 109780892065967
    LC Control Number2010001681

    ingenuity. I then identify some factors that affect the requirement for and the supply of ingenuity. In some societies, I argue, scarcity can simultaneously increase the requirement for and impede the supply of ingenuity, producing an "ingenuity gap" that may have critical consequences for adaptation and, in . If a critical step is worrying efficiently by getting the question right, then Homer-Dixon has demonstrated our ability as a species to do that. His next book, however, needs to be entitled How to Fill the Social Ingenuity Gap. And he needs to start writing now.

    The Ingenuity Gap: How Can We Solve the Problems of the Future by Thomas Homer-Dixon. Editorial Reviews caskel.com As the world becomes more complex, so do its problems--and the solutions to these problems become tougher to grasp, writes University of Toronto professor Thomas Homer-Dixon in The Ingenuity Gap. This limits the people's choice of their leader to an IQ of and this is a problem because our world is growing steadily more complex. It is not unlikely that problems will outpace our ability to solve them and create an ingenuity gap particularly when an IQ ceiling is established.

    Find books like The Ingenuity Gap: Can We Solve the Problems of the Future? from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked Th. This is the 'ingenuity gap' - the term coined by Thomas Homer-Dixon - the critical gap between our need for practical and innovative ideas to solve complex problems and our actual supply of those ideas.


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Feb 09,  · The Ingenuity Gap is a book filled with big ideas that originate from numerous fields of research, and the result is quite stunning. There are so many contentious topics in this page book that every now and then readers are bound to disagree with the caskel.com by: This book is about proving that we face an ingenuity gap and that we will need more ingenuity, in the future, than we will be able to supply.

I think the most valuable aspect of this book is not the idea that we have insufficient ingenuity but the frameworks/insights he provides to /5.

This is “the ingenuity gap” — the term coined by Thomas Homer-Dixon, political scientist and advisor to the White House — the critical gap between our need for practical, innovative ideas to solve complex problems and our actual supply of those ideas. Feb 09,  · The Ingenuity Gap - Kindle edition by Thomas Homer-Dixon.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Ingenuity Gap/5(17).

May 15,  · The ingenuity gap User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. In search of an understanding of how humankind is responding to increasingly complex social, technological, and environmental problemsDfrom AIDS to global warmingDHomer-Dixon (political science, Univ Reviews: 1.

"In The Ingenuity Gap, Thomas Homer-Dixon asks: Is our world becoming too complex and fast-paced to manage. The challenges facing human societies - from international financial crises and global climate change to pandemics of tuberculosis and AIDS - converge, intertwine, and often remain largely beyond our understanding.

Would you argue that the September 11 attacks and the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq relate in some way to ingenuity gaps. Which part of the book did you find most stimulating. Which part of the book did you find least convincing.

Why. Did you find The Ingenuity Gap a dispiriting or inspiring read. Based on your reading of the evidence. Aug 13,  · This is "the ingenuity gap" — the term coined by Thomas Homer-Dixon, political scientist and advisor to the White House — the critical gap between our need for practical, innovative ideas to solve complex problems and our actual supply of those ideas.

The Ingenuity Gap Can we solve the problems of the future. By Thomas Homer-Dixon Knopf Canada (1st edition Sep ) Last year I more or less accidentally bought "The Upside of Down", Thomas Homer-Dixon's most recent book (you find my review here).Wow, I thought, there is somebody who manages to write about politics, sociology, economy and history in a way that my little brain can.

Aug 28,  · The Ingenuity Gap: Can We Solve the Problems of the Future. and over one million other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Learn more/5(11). This is "the ingenuity gap" -- the term coined by Thomas Homer-Dixon, political scientist and advisor to the White House -- the critical gap between our need for practical, innovative ideas to solve complex problems and our actual supply of those ideas.

The Ingenuity Gap. Ingenuity, as I define it here, consists not only of ideas for new technologies like computers or drought-resistant crops but, more fundamentally, of ideas for better institutions and social arrangements, like efficient markets and competent governments.

In this book, I explore a wide range of other factors that will. Would you argue that the September 11 attacks and the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq relate in some way to ingenuity gaps. Which part of the book did you find most stimulating. Which part of the book did you find least convincing.

Why. Did you find The Ingenuity Gap a dispiriting or inspiring read. Based on your reading of the evidence 4/5(1). Human Adaptation and the Ingenuity Gap 1 Thomas Homer-Dixon University of Toronto I have been working for many years on the problem of adaptation: how societies or organisms, species, or systems of various kinds adapt to complex and rapid change.

In this paper, I. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

May 15,  · This is "the ingenuity gap" -- the term coined by Thomas Homer-Dixon, political scientist and advisor to the White House -- the critical gap between our need for practical, innovative ideas to solve complex problems and our actual supply of those caskel.com: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group.

His most recent book The Ingenuity Gap has been a Canadian best-seller. Although Homer-Dixon's major research interests have involved understanding the links between environmental and population changes and violent conflict, the main point of The Ingenuity Gap is to present an argument for why we should be.

This is "the ingenuity gap" — the term coined by Thomas Homer-Dixon, political scientist and advisor to the White House — the critical gap between our need for practical, innovative ideas to solve complex problems and our actual supply of those ideas.

The “ingenuity gap” of our information-driven world spins out of control with increasing complexity: market ingenuity may produce smarter cars, but Homer-Dixon wonders if we can keep up with the ravages of environmental damage.

One example of how ingenuity is used conceptually can be found in the analysis of Thomas Homer-Dixon, building on that of Paul Romer, to refer to what is usually called instructional capital. In this case, Homer-Dixon used the phrase 'ingenuity gap' denotes the space between a challenge and its solution.

The Ingenuity Gap: Facing the Economic, Environmental, and Other Challenges of an Increasingly Complex and Unpredictable Future by Thomas Homer-Dixon () by Thomas Homer-Dixon | 1 Jan Paperback.This is the "ingenuity gap," the term coined by Thomas Homer-Dixon, renowned political scientist and sometime adviser to the White House: the critical gap between our need for practical and innovative ideas to solve our complex problems and our actual supply of those ideas/5().The Ingenuity Gap is a non-fiction book by Canadian academic Thomas caskel.com was written over the course of eight years from to when it was published by caskel.com book argues that the nature of problems faced by our society are becoming more complex and that our ability to implement solutions is not keeping caskel.com(s): Thomas Homer-Dixon.