Four Groups have developed a tool to better understand and optimise behaviours, relationships and culture in the workplace, 4G hasbeen designed to help prevent and resolve intangible issues and problems that impact individual and group performance.This document is designed to introduce 4G and to show how it compares to and differs from other tools and techniques which organisationsuse to help manage their people. Brief summaries of the sections in this document follow.
What is 4G?
The first section contains background on where 4G has come from, along with providing an overview of 4G
s constituent parts.
What makes 4G Different?
Contains a high level overview of 4G and how it differs from other methodologies. Particular attention is given to solving persistentproblems, how 4G articulates and predicts information that is previously unavailable and the integrated approach offered by 4G.
Comparing 4G and Other Techniques
This section provides a more detailed comparison between 4G and a wide variety of tools and techniques. An overview of eachmethodology, along with an explanation of how 4G enhances each one follows.