S-Vision helps make dreams a reality through an effective roadmap and focused execution
Matrix thinkers are creative, visionary problem solvers that makes connections between things. These individuals don’t think linearly, they think in multi-dimensions. Nurture your ability to make connections and use the Scientrix Digital Matrix to collaborate, map and communicate creative solutions.
“Our ideas are structured in power ful and predictable ways into very specific categories and concepts. To think creatively we need to generate associations and connections between two or more concepts and ideas. By doing so we can create new categories and concepts, only we are taught to process information this way.”
– Estanislao Bachrach
Professor of Innovation and creative entrepeneur
Solve problems that have more than one dimension
Easily construct, enrich and dive deep into solutions
Manage your goals, projects, tasks, issues, risks and KPI’s
Invite others to plan and execute with you
Nurture your ability to structure your thoughts and make novel connections between different concepts and ideas. Understand complexity and find inspiration in the intersects between multiple dimensions.
Set an ambitious goal, choose the market segments you want to play in, design your value proposition and map out the winning journey. Matrix thinkers typically have the confidence to back their innovative ideas and have drive to see them through.
Success depends on your ability to communicate your plans and ideas clearly in order to collaborate with others. Highly-functioning matrix thinkers are able to synthesize all information they are taking from their environment. They can think clearly and communicate ideas to others.
Distill your vision into smaller, more manageable parts and make it happen. The digital matrix will help you to create an overview and to track your plans task by task.
Matrix thinkers understand that it is important to combine multi-dimensional and design thinking to achieve breakthrough innovations. They nurture their skills to work on the whole and the parts at the same time. Designing solutions using the digital matrix will over time strengthen systemic thinking skills.