quan·ders [/ˈkwän·d(ə)rs/]

1. to think different, outside, or without the box; made-up word from the German 'querdenken’ (lateral thinking) and 'andersdenken’ (think different) which forms ’quandersdenken’ (quanders thinking), 'quanders’ in short
2. to solve a quandary, is to solve a difficult situation; a practical dilemma

It stands for a more holistic, cross-discipline approach I usually take.