Knowing how management at an organization makes decisions is important in today's business environment. "Creative Intelligence describes how our mind uses mental codes, over which we have no control, to determine how information is seen and understood" (Rowe, 2004). Understanding the way a person think will give insight regarding how he or she makes a decisions. Any disagreement or misunderstanding can be relayed back to every person possessing a different point of view.
IntuitiveThe intuitive style "focuses on results and relies on past experience to guide actions" (Rowe, 2004). A manager who is intuitive is hard-working, competitive, and focuses on action and result. This example of a manager is one who is concerned with profit, employee productivity, and company growth. The intuitive style has a major influence on the organization as decisions are made with a direct objective to achieve the desired result.
InnovativeThe innovative style, on the other hand, "concentrates on problems and data, and is very systematic" (Rowe, 2004).
Within an organization, these individuals are willing to perform the intricate and experimental work that needs to be done. They rely on precise experiments, analyzing of data, and preferring statistics over popular opinion. Most managers will not agree with this type of emphasis on statistics and will not make this a high priority. Engineers, inventors, scientist, and researchers are among the people with the innovative style. Innovative employees can help the company to rely on data to make more concise decisions, minimize risk, and increase the probability of success.
ImaginativeThe imaginative style describes people who are "artistic, good leaders, and can readily visualize opportunities" (Rowe, 2004). Some employers might say that imaginative people are not very useful to an organization because they are viewed as dreamers with unrealistic ideas. On the contrary, it is imaginative people who create the...