Conventional methods of understanding and influencing human behaviour invariably use a mechanistic approach. In this conventional approach, the human brain is considered to be like a computer and individuals in an organisation are viewed as components of a machine.
Although this conventional perspective may seem a simple way of understanding human behaviour, it is largely ineffective in making sense of complex human interactions.
Rather than using this mechanistic approach, Human Orienters use our unique Circumplexicon technology to enable users to orient themselves in cognitive space.
Human Orienters can be used at both an individual and collective level to provide a coherent understanding of complex human behaviours.