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"Mental agility" is a book by Robert Jolles.
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Transformational Leadership (2012)
Trust, Motivation and Engagement by Edward J. Shelton
Mental agility is a flexibility of mind, a tendency to anticipate or adapt to uncertain or changing situations. Agility assists thinking through second—and third-order effects when current decisions or actions are not producing the desired effects.
Leveraging Flexibility (2014)
Win the Race with Dynamic Decision Management by Jochen Gerber, Hanjo Arms, Mathias Wiecher, Christian Danner
Such mental agility is a hallmark of Dynamic Decision Management and the basis for better decisions — simply by embracing and practicing a different style of thinking. KEY QUESTIONS FOR DECISION MAKERS: 1. What roles do intellect ...
by Richard Colwell, Michael Hewitt
mental agility is a major benefit of learning to play the drum set and is manifested in other areas of percussion performance. The feet and legs, which are responsible for playing the bass drum and hihat, often require the most practice when ...
Decision Making (2003)
Risk Management, Systems Thinking and Situation Awareness by Alan C. McLucas
DEVELOPING MENTAL AGILITY Developing mental agility is an important aid to learning, provided this learning is enabled through understanding of dynamic complexity. Since understanding of complex, systemic behaviour is beyond our ...
Skills, Tactics, and Techniques for Leading in Any Situation by Department of Army
Mental agility is a flexibility of mind, a tendency to anticipate or adapt to uncertain or changing situations. Agility assists thinking through secondand third-order effects when current decisions or actions are not producing the desired effects.
Mental agility is a prerequisite of successful generalship; it is a source of annoyance to the speculative ~thinker forced to suspend judgment under the exigencies imposed by canons of scientific investigations. It gives point to the super— ioifty ...
by Steven G. Rogelberg
mental agility, which involves thinking about problems in different ...
by Oxford University Press
mental agility: a quick grasp. grasp•ing adj. avaricious; greedy. grass /gräs/ n. 1 a small plants with green blades that are eaten by cattle, horses, sheep, etc. b plant that includes cereals, reeds, and bamboos. 2 pasture land. 3 lawn: keep off ...
by Victor Jupp
Herethe underlying concept, the criterion, involves problemsolving ability and mental agility inreallifesettings, andmost of the measuringinstruments are ofthe ' paperandpencil' variety. However, the test itemsare often themselvespuzzles tobe ...
by Guido Bolaffi
Persons suspended between two groups need mental agility: they have no time to rest or vegetate.
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