Would this model make sense as a visualization of how analytical depth and skill could differ between individuals, beyond education and experience?
When would the #2 archetype fit in a professional work, where #1 does not? And oppositely. Could (or even should) everyone try to be capable to fit in #2?
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Each individual do have natural degree of talent in versatile and parallel approaching of a problem (& solving, which is a ability itself). Communities do often talk about skills, but rarely about how intelligence, the in born ability measured as IQ, do impact how performing the skill is improved or not.
Limiting to +-15 standard deviations from normal IQ, it include approx 94% of the population, people that you meet daily and probably at work (which eventually is more diverse, based on your site).
How one at mid right, in compare to mid left, of this range approaching a problem, daily tasks and gather decision is very different. But may look the same from outside or question survey.
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