If you’re looking for an in-depth tool that allows you to understand your own thinking style, pinpoint emotional blind spots, and make more balanced decisions, consider the Acumen Capacity Index (ACI) assessment. Here’s an overview of what you need to know, from its developmental origins to its history at TTI SI, to how to get started using it now.
What is the Acumen ACI assessment?
The Acumen Capacity Index (ACI) report measures how a person thinks or processes information. The ACI report is based on a science called axiology.
TTI SI released its first version of the assessment and report in the early 2000s. TTI SI had a few early partnerships throughout the decade before releasing the TTI SI Acumen Capacity Index in 2010 based on The Hartman Value Profile (HVP) Manual of Interpretation.
“Axiology gives us the means to recognize and fulfill the good within each of us, thereby enriching our lives.”
Another way to put it is this: the axiology behind the ACI “gives us the means to recognize and fulfill the good within each of us, thereby enriching our lives.” From Freedom to Live: The Robert Hartman Story.
Speaking of Hartman, let’s learn about the man behind the concept.