ChangeWorks Forum Discussion Diagrams

Hi, Everyone!

For the past few weeks, we’ve been discussing several layers of the ChangeGrid that usually don’t get top billing. We’ve created some diagrams to show where we’re at in our discussions and encourage all of you to print them out, look them over and plan to join us on next week’s call.

Radial Trends on the ChangeGrid

Combining Tetralogies on the ChangeGrid

Myers-Briggs and Keirsey on the ChangeGrid

Also, on this week’s call, I asked everyone to visit the website of Kathy Kolbe to explore the Kolbe A Index in preparation for next week’s Forum call. While there is no “Map of Humanity” we can easily overlay on the ChangeGrid, it would be very interesting to see if the scales provided for each of the four dimensions resonate. Here’s a glimpse into the model — just click on it to visit the website:

 

A Glimpse into the Kolbe A Index

Please plan to join us on next week’s call!

-T-

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One Response to ChangeWorks Forum Discussion Diagrams

  1. G Sairamesh says:

    T, Wonderful as ever. I notice the snowfall, indication of what to expect this winter. Christmas is around.

    No snowfall can stop your contributions. Interesting to note the co-relation with learning models. Wondering if you would want to look at the ‘Adult learning’ models as well – Concrete Experience, Reflective Observation, Abstract Conceptualization, & Active Experimentation. Feeling, Observing/watching, Thinking, & Doing.

    I am certainly intrigued at the type overlay on the grid. Wondering if you would repeat it on the Gold team call?

    Rgds – Sai

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