Monday, June 3, 2019

The Best “Objectivity” Quotes of “Digital Master” June 2019

A part of objectivity includes self-criticism and the ability to be open and flexible to new ways of thinking.

"Digital Master” is the series of guidebooks (27+ books) to perceive the multi-faceted impact digital is making to the businesses and society, help forward-thinking organizations navigate through the journey in a systematic way, and avoid “rogue digital.” It perceives the emergent trends of digital leadership, advises on how to run a digital organization to unleash its full potential and improve agility, maturity, and provide insight about Change Management. It also instructs the digital workforce on how to shape a game-changing digital mindset and build the right set of digital capabilities to compete for the future. Here is a set of  “Objectivity” quotes in “Digital Master.

1 Being objective is of or relating to something that can be known, or to something that is an object or a part of an object.

2 Being objective means you are not influenced by personal feelings, interpretations, or prejudice; but make judgment or decisions based on unbiased fact, dispassionate examination, and deep observation.

3 Absolute objectivity is perhaps impossible to achieve because perception is always subjective. We are all formed by our lives, the education we receive; the media we follow, the people we meet, the experiences that we have, or the book we read.

4 No one is absolutely objective. The best you can do for improving objectivity is to be consciously aware that data is filtered and do your best to make sure your filters support thriving.

5 Being objective really means you will always see the two sides of a coin, listen to the stories from different perspectives; and understand things via interdisciplinary perspectives.

6 Lack of objectivity or misunderstanding is the big cause of many human problems. The more complex the situation is, the more different approaches and role gaming is needed to reach for in-depth understanding. And objectivity.

7 Often, lack of objectivity is caused by the narrow lens, see the tree, but miss the forest; know the part, but ignore the whole; take a snapshot, but ignore the dynamic.

8 When you only want to see things from your own point of view, see what you want to see, or, hear-what-you-want-to-hear, often you miss the point to understand the real problem objectively as well as how to solve it creatively or systematically.
9 A part of objectivity includes self-criticism and the ability to be open and flexible to new ways of thinking.


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