how would you guys explain the significant difference in these dichotomies? they seem like more or less the same thing.
(theoretically there should be a lot of difference since several types are tactical+result or process+strategic)
1.Focus on methods, and manipulate them, with goals unsettled.
2.Goals are defined by, and modified to fit methods.
3.Prefers to expand options. Doesn't like to have too few of them.
1.Do things sequentially, from the beginning to the end.
2.Immersed to a process and tends to single-tasking.
3.Focus between the beginning and the end of processes.
4.More inclined to read texts on books or computer from beginning to the end.
5."Of course the answer is right, since we followed the correct procedure."
1.Focus on goals, and manipulate them, with methods unsettled.
2.Methods are defined by, and modified to fit goals.
3.Prefers to defend goals. Doesn't like to be forced to deviate from them.
1.Do things randomly, seemingly doing them from the end to the beginning.
2.Detached from processes and tends to multitasking.
3.Focus on the beginning and the end of processes.
4.More inclined to read texts on books or computer randomly, maybe reading random paragraphs or chapters.
5."Of course we followed the correct procedure, since we got the right answer."