Polarity Thinking

Centralized or decentralized decision making, hierarchies or teams, tight or loose control, mission or margin.  When the “either-or” answer isn’t clear, it’s because your choices are really interdependent pairs and choosing one just creates the need for the other.   Companies often solve one problem by doing the opposite of what they’ve been doing which, in turn creates another problem.  Asking whether the issue is a problem to solve or a polarity to manage can make a difference.  Think of it like trying to decide whether you should breathe in or breathe out.  What you really want is a way to keep the best of both.  Polarity Thinking helps you do that.

Click here for an article on how Polarity Thinking can work for you.

Click here for an overview of Polarity Thinking and the Polarity Map 

Click here for an overview of the online Polarity Assessment tool 

people on polarity map