A paradigm is like any window; it allows you to see whatever its frames will permit. Thus, just like a window, a paradigm is a limited and partial view of what’s “outside.” The bigger the frame, the more one can see. The more windows in a room, the more one can see of that “outside” (although “frames” will continue to block access to some of it). Thus, paradigms, by analogy, are mental windows to reality. They “frame” our understanding of reality and limit that reality to what they show us. Different paradigms will “show” us different facts, even if two “viewers” are looking at the same event(s). This is a two-day program conducted by instructor-led format to help understand and appreciate these windows, their construction and how we can overcome the limitation of these paradigm windows.