Peter Kruse (30 January 1955 – 1 June 2015) was honorary professor of organizational psychology at the University of Bremen and professional consultant for collective intelligence. His main field of research was processing of complexity and autonomous order formation in intelligent networks. His interdisciplinary work focused on the application of collective intelligence to economic and social developments.
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- Reducing complexity by order formation is the number one skill needed by all leaders in the twenty-first century
- Peter Kruse, Google's Think Quarterly, "Soft Values, Hard Facts" (March 2011)Think Quarterly
- The new magic formula is pull by resonance.
- Peter Kruse, Google's Think Quarterly, "Soft Values, Hard Facts" (March 2011).
- Think Quarterly