Intelligence

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Intelligence is the ability to collect information and to acquire and apply knowledge and skills. A popular theory is that humans have both fluid and crystalized intelligence. Fluid intelligence is the ability to solve problems, use logic in new situations, and identify patterns. In contrast, crystallized intelligence is the ability to use learned knowledge and experience. In orgtology we work with both organisational and human intelligence. In orgamatics we call it orgtelligence. In 2016 Derek Hendrikz introduced orgtelligence as a combination of implied (process) intelligence and tacit (abstract) intellect. Implied intelligence would be crystallized, and abstract intellect would be fluid. In organamics we work with the applications of human intellect. In 2013 Derek Hendrikz introduced six applications of human intellect. They are: (1) Physical Intelligence; (2) Cerebral Intelligence; (3) Emotional Intelligence; (4) Creative Intelligence; (5) Contextual Intelligence; and (6) Spiritual Intelligence. We do not see these as separate intelligences, but as the application of human intellect.

 

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