The paper analyzes the crowdsourcing possibilities in predicting the future and developing solutions. The author distinguishes types of crowdsourcing, discusses its psychological characteristics in comparison with the other methods of knowledge management. He discusses cognitive and motivational mechanisms limiting the effectiveness of crowdsourcing as a form of collective intelligence.
The article is an expanded alternative version of the document presented in 2011 at the conference on David Boje’s contribution into organizational studies and especially the Boje’s concept of ante-narratives (stories about the past). The main focus of this article is the overlay of stories about the past on the organizational grammars spectrum.
Each object of Being, including thinking, determines links that it creates to other objects and at the same time is determined by them. From their number and nature depends, in particular, the possibility of the object development (structuring), including the discovery, having the character of bifurcations.
Approaches to the nature of creativity are divided into materialistic ones and not quite. In the present article the author pays tribute to the materialist conception.
Today one stage is not enough for a talented artist. He wants to exhibit himself on different stages, in the cinema, to work with different directors, and it is only for the benefit of art.