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Understanding Behavior Styles Leads to Better Change Management

Posted April 3, 2019 in Cutter Business Technology Journal
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We all, unconsciously, seek out others who have a style similar to our own, and we can all tell, again unconsciously, who has such a style and who doesn’t. Having the knowledge to predict the interaction problems we may encounter with other people provides us with a basis for improving the quality of our interactions. This improvement in our “situational awareness” gives us the ability to better control the outcomes of our interactions with others.

About The Author
Scott Stribrny
Scott Stribrny is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium's Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies practice and a leading figure in the world of process improvement. With over 30 years’ diverse experience, Mr. Stribrny is the cofounder, President, and Managing Director of Group Atlantic, Inc. His current interests include change management, new paradigms for organizational design, and technology-based competitive strategy… Read More
Jim Stanton
Jim Stanton is the founder of Perception Management, Inc., and the creator of the Perception Analysis Methodology, a noninvasive process for the discovery and validation of the “ground truth” in organizations. He has more than 50 years’ experience in improving technology utilization, team building, and managing change. Mr. Stanton is also the founder of three successful consulting firms and an advisor to several CIOs, CEOs, and startup companies… Read More
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