Dialogue: The Art Of Thinking Together

By William Isaacs

Modern conversation is a lot like nuclear physics, lots of atoms zoom around, many of which just rush past each other. But others collide, creating friction. One guy shares a statistic he's privy to, another shares another fact, and on and on. Each person fires off a tidbit, pauses to reload while someone else talks, then fires off another. Isaacs explains how we can do better than that.

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