Supported by science... possibility thinking is the essence of innovation. It underpins every goal, every initiative large or small, personal or professional. It ignites individual and organizational advancement.
In the context of a business environment, possibility thinking is a form of reasoning and envisioning that’s becoming increasingly relevant.
It allows leaders to shift out of the status quo, and to look beyond what is obvious and visible.
Similar to physics and engineering, “possibility thinking” involves the art of formulating hypotheses and testing them, yet even within hypothesis formulation, these highly innovative approaches also require leaps in thinking.
Leaders must metaphorically learn to boost their brain’s horsepower by learning to work on a different stratum to access possibility thinking.
While identifying constraints and mitigating uncertainty are key business competencies ...
... possibility thinking, a brain-based paradigm, empowers leaders not only to envision the future, but to use tangible neurological tools to help construct it.
The Possibility Index is an assessment that helps leaders to measure the capacity of a possibility mindset. This assessment takes into account neuroscience, psychiatry and neurological factors that contribute to a particular mental stance regardless of the current reality.
While there is clearly a role for reasoning in business, there are times when it’s essential to abandon logic in order to arrive at solutions outside of analytical thinking.
As a tool, the Possibility Index helps to determine "innovation readiness" as an individual, team, or organization. Based on the assessment finding, the Science of Possibility program and its corresponding methodologies help facilitate and enhance a mindset shift.
The Possibility Index has application across all industries. It speaks a universal language as our common bond is the brain. Its aim is to provide an understanding of brain-based and neurological factors that contribute to a possibility mindset.
It’s important to note, the Possibility Index score is not designed as a good/bad value judgement. Rather it is intended to assign a place on the continuum of possibility from which to grow.
From the broad perspective, when applied to an organizational strategy, these methods yield real world, measurable results, starting from the inside out.
A thought, even a possibility, can shatter and transform us."
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This brain-based assessment, developed by psychiatrist and brain researcher, Dr. Srini Pillay, is a series of questions that help you to understand your sense of possibility. It is an exploratory tool that gives you specific insights about your possibility tolerance and susceptibility, and the underlying chemical changes that this implies. It’ll indicate if there are unconscious obstacles that can sabotage even your best efforts and ways to enhance a possibility mindset.
The score is simply a starting point. It is not intended to be a good/bad value judgement. Rather, it is to provide an indication of your place on the “map” of possibility from which you can grow.
Everyone is different, so whatever your score, consider it a tool to help you develop and strengthen your sense of possibility.
Yes. The score is not static. It is merely a reflection of a point in time. When you do the inner work on cultivating a possibility mindset, the score will reflect a shift in your thinking, because “…when you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”
Yes. This brain-based assessment can help gauge possibility thinking for individuals 18 years of age and above.
Yes. The Possibility Index is often used as pre-work within organizations ahead of “The Science of Possibility Thinking” session for leadership and teams.