Here I go again about Myers-Briggs and Sensing vs. Intuition. If you didn't catch my previous post on bringing MBTI Sensors into the mapping fold, check it out here. What prompted this new tirade? Simple - evidence at the bottom of page 10 in the Chuck Frey MindMapping Survey that indicates Myers-Briggs Sensors acclamate less naturally than Intuitives to using MindMaps, and usually opt to see the information represented in Microsoft Word.
Look, it's great to have conceptual types (read, Intuitives) conceptualizing until the Sun sets in the East, but if Sensors aren't right there with them to ensure details are handled and the maps adhere to some sort of linear/logical standards, these maps will take their already emerging propeller shapes and spin themselves right off of your computer screen.
I guess I'm blowing off smoke, because the survey shows what it shows, and I'm infinitely grateful to Chuck for going out and getting great, quantifiable data. I just wish Sensors were coming into the fold in a more seamless manner. Hek, I'm an Intuitive and I'm railing this much (in fact, I'm Lord Voldemort).
So, what do you think can be done to bring Sensors into the fold?