METHOD TEAMING IN ACTION

Inherent Mistrust

Each Intellect - Strategists, EQs, Networkers, and PDs - think on fundamentally different dimensions. They communicate differently. They value different things. They seek different rewards. They attack their work in radically different ways. They prioritize...

read more

Preventing Prickly PD’s

More than any other Intellect, our PDs are driven to cross the finish line. Because they think on the “How” dimension, they have the most talent for organizing, planning, and most importantly, finishing work. While all Intellects contribute to the quality of work...

read more

Networkers are the oil in the team’s engine

More than any other Intellect, Networkers see the natural talents in each of us and actively look for ways to help each individual use their talent to help the team and company. They are strongly motivated to help others. They have empathy and hence, easily see the...

read more

PD/Strategists are the Idea Bridge

The Strategist has a game-changing idea. Being a high pattern thinker with the ability to see many chess moves into the future, the Strategist knows the idea will work. But, since it is a breakthrough idea, it’s never been tried before. There isn’t any proof it will...

read more

Networkers to PD’s: I have your back

More than 90% of projects fail on the people dimension, not the technology or process dimensions. What does that failure look like? It has many faces: one person dominates the team; we failed to understand the end user/client’s objectives; lack of trust; misalignment...

read more

What Intellect should own the account after the sale?

Having penetrated and closed a major new account, companies often reward the EQ by giving them account ownership, making them the Account Manager. The CEO expects the EQ to “grow the business.” Is this the best use of an EQ or the company’s sales compensation dollars?...

read more

LOOK AT OTHER RELATED INFORMATION FROM OND:

CASE STUDIES >>

METHOD TEAMING LEARN POSTS >>

BUSINESS SOLUTIONS >>

CONTACT US

Call us at +1 770 919 0200

or email i@methodteaming.com

Or tell us where to contact you:
  • or
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
Subscribe To OurBlog

Subscribe To OurBlog

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from our blog.

You have Successfully Subscribed!