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Satu Teerikangas and Liisa Välikangas

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Satu Teerikangas, Marja Turunen and Liisa Välikangas

This chapter explores the resourcing of intuition. While studying work engagement, we serendipitously captured intuition in flight. This leads us to argue that intuition occurs in a rhythmic dance consisting of high-engagement edges balanced against lower-engagement retreats. Intuition can be resourced by the self, engaging colleagues, managers, work contexts, and physical spaces. Our empirically derived model of intuiting-as-practice offers opportunities for resourcing intuition in organizations. Set amidst increasingly demanding work contexts, is intuitive engagement the intelligence of the future?