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    Senior Member Nonsensical's Avatar
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    APPROACH: Conceptual/Spontaneous

    DESCRIPTION: The Hare generates the concepts and ideas. They like to reframe the problem and look for solutions that may be unusual, unique,and/or outside the boundaries of traditional thought. Hares are good at exploring alternatives and perceiving the "big picture".

    Hares want freedom from constraint, and when a rule exists they may break it. They may act impulsively, letting their feelings guide them. They derive satisfaction from the process of creating,discussing concepts and ideas,and overcoming obstacles.

    When everything is in its place,the Hare may become restless,get impatient,and have a tendency to move from one subject to another.

    CONTRIBUTION: Fresh,original concepts that go beyond the obvious,and are not constrained by fear of failure.

    WEAKNESESS: Because the Hare enjoys generating ideas, they may move from one idea to another without stopping to evaluate the consequences.

    If left alone to refine concepts,they will solve the problem within the problem within the problem,and eventually lose sight of the objective.

    INSTINCT: Reframing problems to achieve breakthrough solutions,moving in new directions,examining possibilities without regard to risk.
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    Your Answers Indicate A Hare Role
    APPROACH: Conceptual/Spontaneous

    INSTINCT: Reframing problems to achieve breakthrough solutions,moving in new directions,examining possibilities without regard to risk.

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    APPROACH: Conceptual/Spontaneous

    DESCRIPTION: The Hare generates the concepts and ideas. They like to reframe the problem and look for solutions that may be unusual, unique,and/or outside the boundaries of traditional thought. Hares are good at exploring alternatives and perceiving the "big picture".

    Hares want freedom from constraint, and when a rule exists they may break it. They may act impulsively, letting their feelings guide them. They derive satisfaction from the process of creating,discussing concepts and ideas,and overcoming obstacles.

    When everything is in its place,the Hare may become restless,get impatient,and have a tendency to move from one subject to another.

    CONTRIBUTION: Fresh,original concepts that go beyond the obvious,and are not constrained by fear of failure.

    INSTINCT: Reframing problems to achieve breakthrough solutions,moving in new directions,examining possibilities without regard to risk.

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    Your Answers Indicate A Turtle Role

    APPROACH: Conceptual/Methodical

    DESCRIPTION: The Turtle challenges concepts under discussion. Believing that consequences matter, the Turtle will want to plan how new endeavors are implemented and prepare for surprises. They like to create order from chaos, by improving the process by which ideas are implemented. The Turtle may play "devil's advocate" to test the soundness of an idea and try to improve it.

    They prefer order,and are comfortable being methodical. They derive satisfaction from the mental exercise of the debate,and may lead others to examine the merits of an idea,using a systematic process in generating and exploring ideas.

    CONTRIBUTION: Making sure that the concept is thought through, and examining how it can be improved and implemented.

    WEAKNESESS: If allowed to control the group or the process,the Turtle may lead the team toward choosing low-risk ideas, filtering out ideas that may have greater risks,but also bigger payoffs.

    INSTINCT: Prediction of the problems caused by new or unique ideas; improving ideas before implementation.
    Hm. Interesting.
    [insert funny quote/saying/etc.]

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    Hare.


    Your Answers Indicate A Hare Role

    APPROACH:
    Conceptual/Spontaneous


    DESCRIPTION: The Hare generates the concepts and ideas. They like to reframe the problem and look for solutions that may be unusual, unique,and/or outside the boundaries of traditional thought. Hares are good at exploring alternatives and perceiving the "big picture".
    Hares want freedom from constraint, and when a rule exists they may break it. They may act impulsively, letting their feelings guide them. They derive satisfaction from the process of creating,discussing concepts and ideas,and overcoming obstacles.
    When everything is in its place,the Hare may become restless,get impatient,and have a tendency to move from one subject to another.


    CONTRIBUTION: Fresh,original concepts that go beyond the obvious,and are not constrained by fear of failure.


    WEAKNESESS: Because the Hare enjoys generating ideas, they may move from one idea to another without stopping to evaluate the consequences.
    If left alone to refine concepts,they will solve the problem within the problem within the problem,and eventually lose sight of the objective.


    INSTINCT: Reframing problems to achieve breakthrough solutions,moving in new directions,examining possibilities without regard to risk.

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    Hare

    APPROACH: Conceptual/Spontaneous

    DESCRIPTION: The Hare generates the concepts and ideas. They like to reframe the problem and look for solutions that may be unusual, unique,and/or outside the boundaries of traditional thought. Hares are good at exploring alternatives and perceiving the "big picture".

    Hares want freedom from constraint, and when a rule exists they may break it. They may act impulsively, letting their feelings guide them. They derive satisfaction from the process of creating,discussing concepts and ideas,and overcoming obstacles.

    When everything is in its place,the Hare may become restless,get impatient,and have a tendency to move from one subject to another.

    CONTRIBUTION: Fresh,original concepts that go beyond the obvious,and are not constrained by fear of failure.

    WEAKNESESS: Because the Hare enjoys generating ideas, they may move from one idea to another without stopping to evaluate the consequences.

    If left alone to refine concepts,they will solve the problem within the problem within the problem,and eventually lose sight of the objective.

    INSTINCT: Reframing problems to achieve breakthrough solutions,moving in new directions,examining possibilities without regard to risk.

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    Hare Role

    APPROACH: Conceptual/Spontaneous

    DESCRIPTION: The Hare generates the concepts and ideas. They like to reframe the problem and look for solutions that may be unusual, unique,and/or outside the boundaries of traditional thought. Hares are good at exploring alternatives and perceiving the "big picture".

    Hares want freedom from constraint, and when a rule exists they may break it. They may act impulsively, letting their feelings guide them. They derive satisfaction from the process of creating,discussing concepts and ideas,and overcoming obstacles.

    When everything is in its place,the Hare may become restless,get impatient,and have a tendency to move from one subject to another.
    The probability that I was procrastinating when I was typing this post:

    P(have big assignment due) = 0.6
    P(posting on TypoC) = 0.2
    P(having big assignment due | posting on TypoC) = 0.7

    P(posting on TypoC | having big assignment due) = .......


    Eh, I'll finish it later.

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    Your Answers Indicate A Squirrel Role
    Squirrel Role

    APPROACH: Methodical/Practical

    DESCRIPTION: The Squirrel, more interested in protecting the system than being in the meeting, follows-up on team objectives, and implements ideas and solutions. They focus on ensuring the implementation process runs in an orderly manner, and achieving high quality outcomes.

    Squirrels prefer proven, familiar ideas over the novel and untried. They pay attention to details, and see that plans follow an orderly process.

    The Squirrel is comfortable being methodical. They tend to be cautious in trying out a new approach, and prefer to think things over carefully before acting.

    CONTRIBUTION: The details. Spotting easily overlooked problems before they occur, and minimizing inefficiencies and errors during implementation.

    WEAKNESESS: If working without clear and focused objectives or guidelines, the Squirrel may lose sight of the goal and pursue irrelevant strategies.

    INSTINCT: To finish what they start,and do things right.

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    Your Answers Indicate A Owl/Squirrel Role

    APPROACH: Spontaneous/Practical/Methodical

    DESCRIPTION: The Owl/Squirrel develops methods and approaches to promote and implement new ideas.Armed with the skills to develop a plan to successfully implement a solution,and the desire to think things through and work out problems before implementation, they will work quickly to achieve the team's objectives.

    Looking for early trends and familiar ideas,the Owl/Squirrel streamlines the process to accomplish their objectives.The Owl/Squirrel prefers familiar,proven ideas, and demands a rational and orderly implementation plan.

    CONTRIBUTION: Promoting team objectives by setting priorities,advancing the concept and finishing the job.

    WEAKNESESS: The Owl/Squirrel may not allow others on the team to continue to create ideas and solutions before selecting solutions and moving forward with an implementation plan and process.

    INSTINCT: Advancing new directions and developing detailed implementation plans.

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