“Great Minds Think . . .Differently”

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“Great Minds Think . . .Differently”. DAMA Central Ohio Chapter January 2007. Right Person Right Job Right Skills. Right Results. Right Environment. Right Motivation. Helping Technology Organizations Achieve Their Strategic Role in Business. Finding Your Mind: Word Pairs. 1a+2b-2 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Great Minds Think . . .Differently

    DAMACentral Ohio ChapterJanuary 2007

  • Helping Technology Organizations Achieve Their Strategic Role in Business

  • Finding Your Mind:Word Pairs1a+2b-22a+1b-13a-1b+14a-1b+15a-2b+26a+2b-27a-1b+18a+2b-2

  • Finding Your Mind: DefinitionsDetail :

    Fact :

    Plan :

    Goal :

    Idea :

  • Finding Your Mind: Definitions + 1 each

    DetailSpecific part of an idea or plan necessary to achieve the goal

    FactSomething known to be indisputably true.

    Plan Step-by-step outline of how to get something done or achieve a resultGoalWhat - Specified or intended end result of a course of action

    IdeaThought for solving a problem or changing or initiating a course of action.

    1 each

    Small point; part of a total picture or larger whole

    Truth as it relates to something true in given situation.

    Set of related ideas that will, in the end, help achieve a goal.Why - Objective or purpose of achievements.

    Concept or general stream of thinking.

  • Complimentsdown to earthproductivepragmaticefficientglobalinsightfulthoroughfarsighted

  • Under Scrutinyshallowsteamrolleropportunistictunnel-visionedshortsightedgrandioseacademicdreamerimpracticalunrealistic

  • Horizontal ThinkingMaster message: find constantsContextual detailsRelationship to larger perspectiveWorks well in unstructured environmentsSees possibilities and benefits

  • Vertical ThinkingMaster message: find distinctionsSpecific detailsRelationship to practical realitiesWorks well in structured environmentsSees barriers and obstacles

  • Adjusting Your Approach (excerpt)

  • Participation StylesMyths about introversion / extraversionanti-social / socialshy / superficial

    Truth about introversion / extraversion Source of energyProcess information

  • IntroversionSource of energy: internalProcess information: internal

    Recharge by being alonePrefer smaller groups Need time to think before respondingPrefer written communicationWork well without interruption

  • ExtraversionSource of energy: externalProcess information: external

    Energized by being with peopleTalk to process their thoughtsPrefer verbal communicationTend to create interruptions

  • Styles and ChangeIntroverted/VerticalThoughtful RealistsLets keep it!Introverted/HorizontalThoughtful and InnovativeLets think about it differently!Extraverted/VerticalAction-Oriented RealistsLets do it!Extraverted/HorizontalAction-Oriented, InnovativeLets change it!

  • ExerciseWhat do we value about our Quadrant?

    What do we do that irritates other Quadrants especially our opposite?

    What does the opposite Quadrant do that irritates us?

    What do we value about the opposite Quadrant?What are the implications of these Quadrants for data management organizations?

  • Follow-UpFREE: Adjusting Your Approach chartDRAWING:Power, Politics, Partnership April 12-13CONNECT Facilitated Team SessionFacilitators Guide & Materials Kit Staffing Assistance

  • To Contact UsMaureen Clarry

    5602 South NevadaLittleton, CO 80120Phone: 303-730-7171Fax: 303-797-8369www.connectknowledge.com

    mclarry@connectknowledge.com

    -- Whys and what ifs?-- With some background information?-- What could be happening?-- Going off on tangents?

    -- Options?

    -- Recurrence?-- The specific details of an event?

    -- Maximize potential gain?

    -- Add possibilities, directions?

    -- To state the benefits?QuestionsHorizontal TendencyIdentifying HorizontalsIf so, I am likely a horizontal thinker. 1. Do I talk about 2. Do I start telling a story, problem, or idea 3. Am I more focused on 4. When the conversation drags, am I 5. Do I seem more concerned about losing 6. When confronted by a specific problem, am I more concerned about 7. Do I more easily forget 8. In a deal, am I more likely to 9. When working on a project, am I more likely to10. Is the fastest way to get my attention 1. Do I talk about 2. Do I start telling a story, problem, or idea 3. Am I more focused on 4. When the conversation drags, am I 5. Do I seem more concerned about losing 6. When confronted by a specific problem, am I more concerned about 7. Do I more easily forget 8. In a deal, am I more likely to 9. When working on a project, am I more likely to10. Is the fastest way to get my attentionQuestionsVertical TendencyIdentifying VerticalsIf so, I am likely a vertical thinker.-- whats and whens?-- with a conclusion?-- what is happening?-- getting hung on specific details?

    -- time?

    -- elimination?-- the historical context of an event?

    -- protect the downside?

    -- eliminate actions, steps?

    -- to state the problems?In your organization

    Which Quadrant is dominant in terms of number of people?

    What impact does this have on the teams change dynamics?

    What would our organization be if we were all the same?