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The Matrix-Q Think Tank Project (SDG Innovation)

The Matrix-Q Think Tank Project (SDG Innovation)
2016/2017 the “The RG PTT Collaboration Pool : A Gamified Multidisciplinary Research Project”was created with the purpose to gather multidisciplinary professionals interested to apply Matrix-Q Knowledge Tools and Skills for scientific research and innovation at the international scientific research network RG.
Along 2018 the focus is on “perception” and how and what kind of challenges means perception for scientific research
Along 2018 the Multidisciplinary Research Pool of the Matrix-Q Research Institute was launched: http://mrpool.matrix-q.com and the Lab 007 at RG of the Matrix-Q Research Institute.
For September 2018 we are launching an international and dutch first Matrix-Q Think Tank: https://think-tank.matrix-q.com
The Matrix-Q Think Tank will have a platform online for researchers, innovators, entrepreneurs and thinkers that would like to collaborate, and also Matrix-Q Thinkers circles at location the Netherlands.
 
 
What is it ? [DEFINITION]
The Matrix-Q Think Tank is a multidisciplinary circle of creative and innovative thinkers.
 
Why meet ups ? [GOAL]
Through a meet up, personal interaction, multidisciplinary perspectives and collective emotional intelligence, are boosted through a Matrix-Q communication and collaboration process.
 
Our goal is to approach challenges, issues we would like to discuss or solve, collectively, through multidisciplinary collaboration and application of Matrix-Q Thinking Tools.
 
Impact [THE SOLUTIONS]
The achievements of the thinking tank will be published at the Multidisciplinary Research Magazine online Matrix-Q; as well suggested, if apply, to local government, organizations, business network or research and development or sustainable development networks.
 
What is Matrix-Q ? [THINKING TECHNOLOGY, TOOLS]know more…

Thinking Tools

2018 summer field inspired me to share the Matrix-Q Thinking tools and in particular about its origin, as result of research on nature inspired knowledge and technology of ancient cultures and civilizations.

2018 summer research was dedicated to Celtic, Roman & Sikh thinking Tools. (Previous years i have worked on nordic, slavic, vedic, japanese, chinese, and other thinking tools).

I find the ancient cultures thinking tools so useful for modern culture innovators and leaders, entrepreneurs and sustainable development professionals as they help us perceive and approach ( holistic and systemic perception) complexity through simple tools, without the need of using artificial technology.

While nature inspired thinking tools, can be as well translated into modern digital technology and A.I. ( see Matrix-Q Algorithms, Matrix-Q A.I., Matrix-Q Data Generation, Matrix-Q Translator, Matrix-Q Mathematics and other innovative applications, by the Matrix-Q Research Institute ).

A thinking tool in ancient times, cultures and civilizations, had a similar use as today A.I. and data processing tools; yet with the added value that some of their thinking tools were systemic, holistic and were utilized from management, leadership, to education, social management, military and even business.

If you are interested on thinking tools and primitive computing methods, to explore on their power to enhance your perception and thinking (decision making, strategic management, leadership abilities) the Matrix-Q Think Tank Meet Ups will be an ideal path to take, to get familiar with them and experience their power.

Here one of the tools MQ9 Solutions is utilizing nowadays successfully. http://mq9.nl/media.html ( The tones in the video clip – left- belong to a Fibonnacci Pattern of cyphers, discovered by application of Matrix-Q Mathematics – Matrix-Q Knowledge by the Matrix-Q Research Institute – The Pattern of cyphers, series, is applied by MQ9 Tools and MQ9 Education Method, for the purpose of enhancing effectiveness – human capital and organization skills, tools and knowledge).

MQ9 [ Matrix-Quotient 9 ] – The Golden Triangle of Entrepreneurship from Stichting LDMF e-Library Project on Vimeo.