As an Explorer, you’re a tenacious problem solver. Your motivation to build stems from a deep curiosity in the way systems operate and a desire to address intriguing problems within them. Your decision-making style is linear, rational, and fact-based; once hooked on a problem, you fixate on designing and executing your solution. You take a hands-on approach, and lead by attracting and inspiring those similar to you. Entrepreneurship is not necessarily your primary goal, but rather the method through which you build and commercialize your solutions.
You see entrepreneurship as a systematic way to commercialize and scale solutions to the knotty problems that you are most curious about.
You're highly motivated and systematic. You believe that every problem should be broken down into its constituent parts and carefully analyzed, and that the best decision will be identified.
Hands-on and directive. You expect everyone to be as systematic and curious as you are.
You tend to attract similar systems thinkers, and build confidence in others after they have demonstrated systematic problem solving and deep knowledge. You see others’ successful management of key areas as a source of freedom to spend time where they can be most valuable to the company’s future.