If you work in industry, you are most likely an Entrepreneur, a C-level executive or a top-level manager.
If you work in the public sector, you are most likely a policy maker, an analyst, a growth- development- or training- manager.
If you work in Universities or Research Foundations you are most likely a Research Director, a Dean or a Head of Department.
In any case, you are a decision maker and budget holder. You can make decisions rapidly without having to go through layers of hierarchical approvals.
You are clever and committed to making a difference in your organisation.
You are an ‘idea practitioner’ - borrowing the phrase from Tom Davenport, Laurence Prusak and James Wilson to “describe industry practitioners who are intrinsically motivated to assess and translate existing ideas and develop new ones to bring into their organisations, and then fight for them with those who resist the change that these ideas inevitably bring about”.