How to interpret “Performance vs Trust curve” in the infinite game?

When we plot Performance on the Y axis and Trust on the X axis , the point of focus should be the following quadrants: Top right – High Performance , High Trust Bottom Right – Low performance , high trust Top left – High performance and low trust #3 is associated with people who areContinue reading “How to interpret “Performance vs Trust curve” in the infinite game?”

IQ or EQ, what complements intrinsic motivation?

IQ or Intelligence Quotient is related to Performance.Intelligence alone can be able to do things that are already known in a more efficient manner. For doing “left brain” algorithmic tasks for which very less of collaboration and brain storming is needed , extrinsic motivation based rewards work as the best solution. For doing right brainContinue reading “IQ or EQ, what complements intrinsic motivation?”

This quote brings out the subtle differences between IQ and EQ

Whereas IQ is based on Intelligence or Performance , EQ or emotional quotient is based on trust or character of a person that helps the person to collaborate with like minded people. The following quote from Simon Sinek very aptly highlights the subtle difference between intelligence part of IQ and creativity part of EQ: “IntelligenceContinue reading “This quote brings out the subtle differences between IQ and EQ”

Why trustworthy team members matter?

Trust is a reflection of true character of an individual and relates to emotional quotient or EQ These team members with high EQ take personal accountability for how their actions affect the team’s dynamics and hence are an asset Adopted from The Infinite Game

How to shift from L brain thinking to R brain thinking

Few key takeaways as mentioned by Daniel Pink in his great book “A Whole New Mind“. The need of the hour in the current CONCEPTUAL age is a right balance of IQ(L brain) with EQ(R Brain) 1) Mere function vs DESIGN 2) Argument vs STORYTELLING 3) Focus vs SYNTHESIS 4) Logic vs EMPATHY 5) SeriousnessContinue reading “How to shift from L brain thinking to R brain thinking”