Polarity Thinking

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Polarity Thinking

A term coined by Barry Johnson, describing the state in which there is truth, wisdom or good options on either side of a seemingly-contrasting choice, such as activity and rest, play and work, hierarchies and networks, or human and machine.

"Polarity thinking steers us away from either-or thinking; for example, seeing that both incremental and exponential strategies can co-exist in a business."


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