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John Furey (Mindtime.com) talks about human engagement and adoption patterns, through several characteristics, including past, present, and future-oriented ones. They explain why some companies are …

John Furey (Mindtime.com) talks about human engagement and adoption patterns, through several characteristics, including past, present, and future-oriented ones. They explain why some companies are successful with innovation and why others fail.

See more in John's book "It's All About Time - How Companies Innovate and Why some Do It Better" - http://amzn.to/1dOhS9r

2nd Austrian Innovation Day - Palo Alto, September 4th, 2013

Published in: Business, Technology, Education

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  • 1. © 2013 MindTimeTechnologies Inc. Patent Pending. Helping People to Understand People ®
  • 2. “The  world  as  we  have  created  it  is  a  process   of  our  thinking.  It  cannot  be  changed  without   changing  our  thinking.” Albert  Einstein To  do  this  we  must  first  understand  our  thinking
  • 3. © 2013 MindTimeTechnologies Inc. Patent Pending. While  each  of  our  brains  is  wired  differently,  all   engage  based  on  three  fundamental  priori9es: • Certainty  (Past—what  do  I  know?) • Possibility  (Future—what’s  possible?) • Probability  (Present—how  do  I  make  it  happen?) The  MindTime  theory  of  mind  (in  essence)
  • 4. © 2013 MindTimeTechnologies Inc. Patent Pending. PROBABILITY PRESENT  THINKING POSSIBILITY FUTURE  THINKING CERTAINTY PAST  THINKING Analyze Contemplate Evaluate Inves9gate Judge Reflect Ruminate Understand Act Complete Control Execute Implement Integrate Monitor Organize Brainstorm Change Design Dream Explore Imagine Innovate Inspire Credibility Detail Evidence Informa9on Insight Knowledge Certainty Prudence Reliability Balance Commitment Consensus Harmony Probability Order Per9nence Predictability Produc9vity Ambiguity Hope Ideas Ingenuity Intui9on Opportunity Op9ons Possibility Risk Cau9ous Independent Informed Obsessive Selec9ve Skep9cal Conscien9ous Efficient Methodical Prac9cal Realis9c Reliable Chao9c Enthusias9c Impulsive Inven9ve Open-­‐ended Op9mis9c Verbs Nouns AdjecKves
  • 5. Order Balance Harmony Completion Results Stabilty Continuity Future Thinking Past Thinking Present Thinking Process Ideas Imagination Vision Truth Evidence Authenticity Care Trust Validation Proof Reflection Caution Possibility Originality Innovation Opportunity Flexibilty Change Hope Organization The World of Thinking™ PossibilityCertainty Probability © 2013 MindTimeTechnologies Inc. Patent Pending. Meta cognition. The patterns of human thought
  • 6. Construal Level Theory (CLT) Certainty Probability Possibility ABSTRACTABSTRACT MANIFEST
  • 7. Construal Level Theory (CLT) Certainty Probability Possibility ABSTRACTABSTRACT MANIFEST Making it a process The data The idea
  • 8. WorldView Positive ActivationNegative Activation Certainty Probability Possibility
  • 9. WorldView Positive ActivationNegative Activation Certainty Probability Possibility What problem does it solve? Build a brave new world
  • 10. © 2013 MindTimeTechnologies Inc. Patent Pending. Capturing patterns of human thought A simple 1-minute on-line assessment, with high reliability Gives a specific result for each individual Which can be represented as a data point (GPS coordinate) in the MindTime Framework™ To read more about your thinking style click here 487/398/532
  • 11. The patterns of human engagement Social or group awareness and practice. Provide and use support from community, regular check-ins. Try to reduce risk, keep things private. Informed and knowledgable. Take measured approaches. Clinical, skeptical. Follow proven methods to goals. Succeeds once engaged. Take measured approaches. Self-directed, need proof and evidence, change quietly, do not want undue attention. Open, on invitation, to advice from the right people who have authority. Rise to challenge, motivated by opportunity, must be fun and novel. Will find the prevailing norm around them and join. Will mix challenge with approach methodology and an informed discernment. Goal oriented, work towards imagined (or visualized) desired state. Want recognition. Competitive.Certainty Possibility Probability © 2013 MindTimeTechnologies Inc. Patent Pending.
  • 12. © 2011 MindTime Inc. Patent Pending. The patterns of adoption © 2013 MindTimeTechnologies Inc. Patent Pending. Early majority; process oriented resist unnecessary change Late adopters and skeptics; scientists and academics Late majority; keepers of the systems, no room for imagination Late majority; hard to convince but curious investigators Visionaries, innovators and enthusiasts Early majority; opinion leaders and influencers Early adopters; entrepreneurs and angel investors Probability Certainty Possibility
  • 13. Innovators + Enthusiasts Innovators + Enthusiasts Past Future Early Adopters + Visionaries Early Adopters + Visionaries Early Majority+ Pragmatists Late majority+ Conservatives Early Majority+ Pragmatists Late majority+ Conservatives Skeptics+ Laggards Skeptics+ Laggards Early Majority+ Culturals Present Certainty Probability Possibility
  • 14. © 2013 MindTimeTechnologies Inc. Patent Pending. Probability EXECUTION Possibility IDEAS Certainty VALIDATION
  • 15. © 2013 MindTimeTechnologies Inc. Patent Pending. Probability EXECUTION Possibility IDEAS Certainty VALIDATION
  • 16. © 2013 MindTimeTechnologies Inc. Patent Pending. Probability EXECUTION Possibility IDEAS Certainty VALIDATION
  • 17. © 2013 MindTimeTechnologies Inc. Patent Pending. Probability EXECUTION Possibility IDEAS Certainty VALIDATION ANTI WISE
  • 18. © 2013 MindTimeTechnologies Inc. Patent Pending. Probability EXECUTION Possibility IDEAS Certainty VALIDATION
  • 19. © 2013 MindTimeTechnologies Inc. Patent Pending. Probability EXECUTION Possibility IDEAS Certainty VALIDATION
  • 20. © 2013 MindTimeTechnologies Inc. Patent Pending. Probability EXECUTION Possibility IDEAS Certainty VALIDATION WISE
  • 21. © 2013 MindTimeTechnologies Inc. Patent Pending. Probability EXECUTION Possibility IDEAS Certainty VALIDATION
  • 22. © 2013 MindTimeTechnologies Inc. Patent Pending. Helping People to Understand People ®
  • 23. The MindTime® Map Future Perspective POSSIBILITY Past Persepctive CERTAINTY Present Perspective PROBABILITY Conscien9ousness Extraversion Introversion Neuro9cism Agreeableness Openness PAST THINKING .43** – .11** – .13** .01 .03 FUTURE THINKING PRESENT THINKING Neuroticism Extraversion Agreeableness Openness Conscientiousness – .11 .37** .00 .37** .04 .12** .07 .09* – .10** .65** Correlation coefficients between scores on the TimeStyle Profile & scores on the Big 5 Personality Traits 1 1 Costa and McCrae’s (1992) NEO-FFI N = 819 *p < .05; p < .001 © 2013 MindTimeTechnologies Inc. Patent Pending. The science