April 22, 2013

Incorrect Mental Order

Studied a new concept today about incorrect mental order and there were quiet a many learning points in this session. What you think is appropriate or right for one scenario might not be appropriate for all and that is why having a generalized opinion is not good. Examples like tackling of a sports bike is not the same for the normal bike. Now this error helped me out in correcting this mistake that I used to do was dealing everyone in the same way and assuming that these general behaviors would be appreciated by everyone no matter to which culuture or class they belong. In future, being a manager of any company, understanding the employees and their mental order would define my behavior and attitude towards them.


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  1. Kamil Murad

    Firstly, its mental model :)

    Secondly, it is a new term but don’t you think we have been using it since ever? One good thing about knowledge building is that its only after we come across such terms we tend to relate and recognize the roles such attributes play in our daily lives. Generalizing mental models could be more problematic when venturing into new territories, new campaigns, or new cultures altogether

    25 Apr 2013, 20:21


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