TCI is a unique instrument for the analysis, management and design of all processes based on people working together. TCI is associated with an attitude of humanity and appreciation.
It has proven especially useful for cooperative work and living learning in teams and groups. Processes managed with TCI create trust, promote cooperation and enable continuous development.
The goal is result-oriented work on tasks in which all participants also learn from their encounters with each other.
TCI emerged from the experiences and insights of psychoanalysis and group therapy and on the basis of humanistic psychology. It was developed by Ruth C. Cohn in the 1950s and 1960s.