There has been a nice discussion on Contextual Intelligence since the article was posted on the HBR site. In the meanwhile, Cari Guittard wrote a piece about it on Huffington Post a few days back. She titled it You Can’t Be Successful Globally Without This…
The post reads:
Often overlooked and rarely explored in global leadership programs, contextual intelligence is essential in an international environment as individuals and organizations must learn to adjust and adapt their expectations and operations to local norms. Contextual intelligence is critical for corporate and public diplomats alike. It is as essential to the effective practice of public diplomacy as it is to the global business environment. And as someone who has taught in various law enforcement and military academies, I would even argue it has direct application to our broader counter-terrorism and infrastructure protection efforts.
Read more here.