Protection of GRIN diversity (a.k.a. “evaluative diversity”) against evaluativism requires a social movement like civil rights, women’s rights, and gay rights. It overlaps with the neurodiversity movement.
GRIN is an acronym for four kinds of decision-makers:
- Gadfly: Aimed at originality – guided by creativity
- Relational: Aimed at love – guided by empathy
- Institutional: Aimed at purity – guided by best practices
- Negotiator: Aimed at results – guided by research
The mission of this site is to raise awareness of GRIN-diversity and ways to manage it so that people can be more loving, less oppressed, and more successful at building and maintaining effective teams, families, organizations, and nations.