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Discusses the clog that hampers the capacity to turn what we know, into what we do

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    • The Need Profile
      By
      Peter Anyebe
      (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/peter-anyebe/17/292/589)


      AGAPE
      CONSULTANTS






      The Need Profile
      We have identified the following three, 3 types of Value:
      • People Value, C
      • Organizational Value, ROI
      • The Value of the Business Environment, EB
      We have also observed the following relationships between these value types:
      • The first, 1st two, 2 types of value are related as follows, albeit subject to EB:
      • C = Character of ConsistencyROI = Return on Investment 1 C = 1 – 1/X, ROI = 2X – 1 1 C = 1 – 1/X, ROI = 2X – 1
      • C ROI1.02 1001.04 501.07 301.11 201.22 102.0 33.0 25.0 1.5
      • C = Character of ConsistencyROI = Return on Investment
      • ROIEEB = , EB ≥ 1 ROIA EB = Business EnvironmentROIE = Expected Return on Investment ROIA = Observed Return on Investment ROIEEB = , EB ≥ 1 ROIA The Business Environment, EB is evaluated as follows:
      • Given the Factor-C therefore, the other two, 2 are determined automatically.
      The Business Environment, EB determines the efficiency with which the factor-C is converted into ROI. Thus the more lucrative the environment, the more closely the above relationship is approximated. Then organizations would be valued according to their capacity to turn the factor-C into ROI. This would be a measure of the effectiveness of their Strategy. We have conceptualized strategy as the way organizations Position themselves, to take advantage of the Opportunities that are available in the environment. This would be evident in the expression of their Capabilities, in Vision, Mission, and the choice of Objectives. Serially:

      1. Vision Strategy2. Objectives 6. Positioning3. Mission 5. Opportunities4. Capabilities
      Similarly, people would be valued according to their capacity to turn what they know, into what they do. This, like the influence of the Business Environment, EB on the conversion of C into ROI, would be subject to the person’s Need. Need trifles on the capacity to deliver. It clogs the wheel of the performance at task. The object of this work is to define the clog, and show how it can be removed.
      In the Special Principle of Relativity, Einstein described the sub-atomic materials to comprise the following:
      • Quarks, and
      • Gluons
      The Quarks are bound by the Gluons, and make up only 5% of the total mass of the atom. The other 95% mass is accounted for by the movements and interactions (Activities?) of these particles. Thus we have concluded as follows:
      • Mass is accumulated via a concatenation of Activities
      • Mass is Energy in Storage waiting to be released by Fission
      • The Soul is a Concatenation of the Activities of a person, from the first, 1st cry at birth, to the last breath at death
      • When employers of labour set out for recruitment, what they actually seek is the accumulated experience or energy of the applicant that is relevant to their needs.
      In this case, fission involves the derivation of the standard procedure for the performance at task, by the Black Box Model, BBM as follows:

      F = LAF = PhenomenonL = Form ComponentA = Object Component
      This model is iterated twice, to derive the six, 6 items on the series as follows:
      Maxima, L2 Phenomenon, FMinimax, A 6. Object, AMaximin, A2 5. Form, LMinima, L1
      The Duality Series / Standard Procedure Series
      Following Emile Coue, fission is done in the conscious mind or intellect, when new procedures are learned. Depending on how thoroughly the learning is done, the procedure is stored in the sub-conscious mind, with all the accompanied emotions. Whenever the learned action has to be repeated, it could not be better than the thoroughness with which it was learned.
      This means that when a decision is made to engage in any action, all the energy that is required is made available, according to the procedures in the sub-conscious mind. If the procedure is the standard, then we can expect the person to deliver according to specification. Else, they would contribute an equivalent amount of entropy, according to the extent of deviance from the standard. The standard procedure series therefore presents the basis for evaluating the Soul, or how much energy a person has stored away, and ready for use. This is done on the F-Scale as follows:
      f0 = 1/10ΣSn, Sn = X – D D = Abs|E – B| X = G: G≤A X = A Otherwise G = 5 – E A = 5 – B
      f0 = Objectivity Index Sn = Score on the Item-n D = Observed Deviance X = Expected Deviance E = Expected Rank on Item-n B = Observed Rank on Item-n

      F = √(F1/F2), F2  = 1/∑(Pm) x 67.00, m Pm + 1 = 2 (∑Pm ) + 1 m=1 F1  = 2√ ( R) – 1, P1 = F1 R  =  1/f 4 f = 1 - 1/ Fo :  fo ≥ 0.50, f =1/Fo otherwise Fo =   √ (Lo Ao) Lo = 1/(1-fo) Ao = 1/fo fo  = Sensation: Measured on the F-Scale The factor-f0 is actually a measure of the deviance from the standard. Given this factor, the factor-F is evaluated as the amount of entropy contributable, on the following equations:

      Then the factor-Po can be evaluated, to measure the equivalent number of essential components of phenomena that can be identified. Formally:
      1.Given the Factor F: F = Personality Index or Entropy Contribution2.L  =  2F - 1: L = Potentiality (love)3.A  =  LF2: A = Attitude (Effort)4.S   =  1/√(L):  S = Soul Factor (Observed)5.A  =  L2.? ? =    Sp -  S:    Sp = Soul Index (Expected)6.Nd =Log A/Log L : Nd = Need Index7.Po = S/Sp : Power Index
      We present the Perception Model of Mind, PMM as the ultimate human potential. By this model, a mind that is working optimally would be able to derive the five, 5 essential components of phenomena. Any observed inability to do this would therefore define the human Need uniquely.

      The factor-F or Entropy Index can also be evaluated from the Personality Model of Society, PMS presented below:
      Rn = F√n,Rn = Rationality Index√n = Index of the Standard ProcedureF = Personality Index of Entropy Contribution
      By this model, every society is stable or chaotic, according to the combined entropy contributed by its inhabitants. In this regard, we distinguish between the following three, categories of people:
      • Peasants
      • Elite
      • Puritans
      The Peasants, by their simple lives, make little impact on the environment. But the Elite, because of their consumption, do the most damage to the environment. The Puritans, like the peasants, do minimal damage to the environment, albeit their similarity to the elite, in their pattern of consumption. They have learned to perform at task by the standard procedure.
      In order to establish our conception of Need, we have derived the factor-Po in the following two, 2 ways:
      • Theoretically, the factor-Po is a measure of the number of essential components of phenomena that a person can identify. In other words, it is a measure of Consciousness, according to whether a person is able to perceive essentials, or mere appearances.
      • Empirically, the factor-Po is a measure of the capacity to at once contain, as well as satisfy need. It is a measure of resilience. Formally:
      Po’ = Power Index (empirical)Nd = Need IndexN-S = Need-Satisfaction IndexPo’ = Nd + (N–S),

      • We observed a correlation coefficient, r of r = 0.9998 between the theoretical and the empirical values of the factor-Po. By the empirical model, Po-Scores of above 0.98 for Po ≥ 0.98 indicate the capacity to at once contain, Nd and satisfy need, N-S with something left for benevolence. Below this point, need, Nd consistently overwhelms the person, leading to possible entropy contribution. We present the Need Model formally as follows:
      A = L2.?. A = Attitude index of Effort L = Love index of the Human Potential2 = Index of the Absolute? = Index of the Soul’s Limitation
      The factor-A is a measure of the effort that is required to attain Rationality, or the potential mental state in which the subject is able to reduce phenomena into the five, 5 essential components. This is operationalised in the attention span, which is related to the subject’s attitude or disposition towards the phenomenon in question. The effort is evaluated as the number of items that must be identified to effect the transition.
      The factor-L is a measure of the Work to be done, in the form of the distance that must be traversed to reach the required potential. Again it is measured as the number of items to be identified. This conception presents Love as a journey, or task to be performed. Indeed, we have conceptualized this emotion as the capacity to perform at the following two, 2 tasks:
      • Need Clarification, N – C and
      • Need Satisfaction, N – S.
      Recall that Love is expressed in the form of gifts, which make sense only when they satisfy specific needs.
      On this profile Need is expressed at the following two, 2 levels:
      • The need for the Absolute, 2 which is represented by the Natural Order, N – O.
      • The need to attain the Soul’s Potential, ? which is attained by the adoption of the N-O.
      1. Given the Factor F: F = Personality Index (Emotionality or Entropy Contribution) 2. L  =  2F - 1: L = Potentiality (love)3. A  =  LF2: A = Attitude (Effort)4. S   =  1/√(L):  S = Soul Factor (Observed)5. A  =  L2.? ? =    Sp -  S:     Sp = Soul Index (Expected)6. Nd =Log A/Log L: Nd = Need Index7. Po = S ./. Sp : Po = Power Index  S/N F L A S Nd Sp Po     1 1 1 1 1.00 0.00 1.00 1.00  2 2 3 12 0.58 2.26 0.84 0.69  3 3 5 45 0.45 2.37 0.82 0.55  4 4 7 112 0.38 2.42 0.80 0.48 5 5 9 225 0.33 2.46 0.79 0.42 6 6 11 396 0.30 2.49 0.79 0.38 7 7 13 637 0.28 2.52 0.80 0.35 8 8 15 960 0.26 2.54 0.80 0.33 9 9 17 1,377 0.24 2.55 0.79 0.3010 10 19 1,900 0.23 2.56 0.79 0.29
      The Need Profile
      S/N F Po Ps Pt Sv% Nd N-S Po’   1. 1.05 0.9756 20.48 79.52 59.64 40.36 57.62 97.98 2. 1.06 0.9709 23.83 76.17 57.39 42.61 54.84 97.44 3. 1.07 0.9662 26.93 73.07 55.64 44.36 52.54 96.89 4. 1.10 0.9525 34.93 65.07 52.32 47.68 47.56 95.23 5. 1.20 0.9091 52.49 47.51 50.06 49.94 40.07 90.01 6. 1.30 0.8716 62.50 37.50 48.41 51.59 32.94 84.52 7. 1.40 0.8373 68.82 31.18 46.32 53.68 24.85 78.53 8. 1.50 0.8062 73.13 26.87 44.33 55.67 16.49 72.16 9. 1.60 0.7782 76.23 23.77 42.57 57.43 8.11 65.54 10. 1.70 0.7526 78.55 21.45 41.05 58.95 -0.22 58.73 11. 1.80 0.7292 80.35 19.65 39.74 60.26 -8.47 51.79 12. 1.90 0.7077 81.78 18.22 38.60 61.40 -16.66 44.74 13. 2.00 0.6880 82.94 17.06 37.61 62.39 -24.77 37.61
      The Shelf – Value