Notes on Strategic Management
TASK 1.1: USE APPROPRIATE METHODS TO EVALUATE PERSONAL SKILLS REQUIRED TO ACHIEVE STRATEGIC GOALS
To become a person who is capable of thinking strategically and achieving strategic goals firstly we must understand where we stand. Our right now capabilities should first be understood and solved. We as human beings are not born with the skill to think strategically, we have to develop it. Who we are, what we are and are not capable of doing, how we do things, our behavior and attitude towards situations, how we react to things should all be recognized. This is not because we have to do it, it is because we must. In order to be able to think, …show more content…
The key is the reality or concrete nature of the example. If it can be grasped, held, tasted, or felt it will probably be included.
Results after taking the VARK showed that I have a multimodal (VARK) learning preference. This is because I had scored: Visual - 7 Aural - 7 Read/write - 7 Kinesthetic – 9
Life is multimodal. There are seldom instances where one mode is used, or is sufficient, so that is why there is a four-part VARK profile. That is why the VARK questionnaire provides four scores and also why there are mixtures of those four modes. Those who do not have a standout mode with one preference score well above other scores, are defined as multimodal.
The Myers Brigg’s test: The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment is a psychometric questionnaire designed to measure psychological preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions. My results showed that I am an ESFP person:
Extraverted (E) 50% Introverted (I) 50%
Sensing (S) 50% Intuitive (N) 50%
Feeling (F) 65% Thinking (T) 35%
Perceiving (P) 64% Judging (J) 36%
The Johari Window: is basically listing down our abilities into four categories. These are open, blind, hidden and unknown.
Here is what I have listed down as mine: * Open: * Kind * Friendly * Assertive * Witty *