Since Left-brained analytic and approaches require precision, they are purer text language-based and not open-ended. They require all possibilities to be covered and dealt-with ahead of time. Right-brained approaches are more open-ended and somewhat of “close fit” or “similar patterned”. Reasoning requires a more model-driven approach, but not a static model. Right-brained approaches require more fitting, approaching dynamic limits and in-flight adjustments. To make judgments and to reason requires adjustments plus precision used in unison.
Yet, most process models are created by very left-brained software engineers. If Jim's case has merit, how do we go about implementing right-brained thinking in the models to come?