The Science Behind Team Discovery
What you'll learn:
The origins of Team Types and how they work. What team strategic emphasis is and how it all comes together.
How individuals are plotted across quadrants
To determine team member plot points, each team member’s A:C and B:D Factor Combinations are converted into percentile ranks, representing how high or low the Factor Combination value is with respect to all other values. For example, an A:C value of 0.6 is in the 59th percentile, so 59% of all possible A:C values are at or are lower than 0.6. This allows us to see where team members lie with respect to Team Type, and can help to identify both individual and team-level strengths and blind spots. A:C percentile ranks are plotted on the horizontal axis and B:D percentile ranks are plotted on the vertical axis.