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Today innovation is vital for every organization. Yet each of us approaches problem solving differently. Understanding your particular approach toward innovating can enable success in our ever-changing world. Now FourSight gives teams and organizations insight into each individual's preferred way of clarifying, generating, developing, and implementing ideas. How? By asking 36 simple questions. Each has been carefully developed and thoroughly researched to provide a clear perspective of how you can innovate with others most effectively.Watch Welcome to FourSight Video!
Clarifiers do their homework.
They approach a challenge by digging through the facts, figures and background data in search of greater insight. They seek to understand before acting. They move forward cautiously, researching, investigating and asking questions to make sure the right challenge is being addressed. Their curiosity, patience and persistence often pay off by affording them a more complete view of the situation.Play Welcome to FourSight Video!
Ideators think big.
They see things in global terms. They are fluent, flexible thinkers. They "get" the big picture and enjoy playing with ideas and possibilities. They like originality. They seek novelty.
Playful, imaginative, social and adventurous, Ideators are quick to generate original, out-of-the-box ideas. As such, they are celebrated players in the innovation process.Listen to the FourSight Welcome video!
Developers get things right.
Faced with rough concept or a broad idea, they like to refine it and shape it into a perfect solution. This tendency to strive for perfection can move an idea from half-baked to brilliant, making Developers a great asset to the innovation process. Reflective, cautious, pragmatic and planful, Developers can leverage their analytical minds and turn unproven concepts into workable solutions.
Implementers get the job done.
Full of energy and drive, they focus on moving forward. If there’s a problem, they’ll tackle it. If there’s an idea, they’ll test it. If there’s one thing they like, it’s a tangible outcome. Implementers are willing to learn as they go. Persistent, decisive, determined and assertive, the Implementer's bias for action fuels the innovation process.
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