A few weeks ago, I was in Hong Kong to teach a few classes and to meet with some companies. While there, I demonstrated my company’s new innovation profiling method, which categorises people’s innovation styles. One person who saw the demo thought people might try to skew their results and suggested a way to prevent that.
This made me wonder: who should perform personality assessments? Before I get into that, let me describe innovation profiling and how it works.
What is innovation profiling? A decade of watching people innovate coupled with the research in the area has led me to see that people’s innovation styles can be categorised by looking at two factors. First, to what extent is someone interested in, and excited by, each of these four areas: theories, ideas, people and systems?
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