What KM Tools Are Popular Among Judging vs. Perceptive People?



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  • March 18, 2010
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In this excerpt from APQC's February 2010 KM community call, Paul Armstrong of eNthusaProve describes the part of Myers-Briggs theory that addresses whether a person is more likely to show the world his/her judging or sensory function. Armstrong argues that individuals who display their judging function to the world prefer KM methods that point toward definitive answers, whereas individuals who display their perceptive function favor KM methods that open up ideas and show paths to answers.

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