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"You Dont Know, What You Dont Know"

"The Best Answers Are Found To the Right Question"

The Johari Window model was devised by American psychologists Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham .  The lines dividing the four panes are like window shades, which can move as an interaction progresses. 


 The Johari window has four quadrants, that represent four combinations:

  • Open Space: Known to you – Known to others. ...
  • Blind Spot: Unknown to yourself – Known to others. ...
  • Hidden Area: Known to yourself – Unknown to others. ...
  • Unknown Area: Unknown to yourself – Unknown to others...


Applications of Johari Window can be in an individual, team or organization setting. It is used as a communication and collaboration accelerator as well as a strategic insight tool.

The Johari Window and such other similar models enable us to  to explore the "unknown" charter and in turn catalyze the organization growth.



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