Inductive reasoning begins with
genuine curiosity and moves around
from observation of shapes, patterns,
movement, feel and more -- it's an
open process that moves in all
directions. It is a creative process that
implies being willing and able to think outside the
box of lines and ranking. Theories and models
result yet are not considered final or finite.
Take public benches, for example.
What reasoning approach do you think was used to create these -- deductive or inductive? Can it be that we simply begin by opening ourselves to curiosity?
What is the shape and your place in the structure of decision making and innovation?