lundi 9 novembre 2020

DISC acronym : various interpretations

DISC is a family of patterns of four terms respectively beginning by D, I, S, and C.

The DISC patterns can help coaching, but not only.

The original DISC pattern was published in 1928 in William Moulton Marston's book Emotions of Normal People [1a].
Since, the original pattern has been diversely interpretated.

Below is a sample of three interpretations, along with Marston's original pattern.

 


 To find the answer, you are invited to cliek on the buttons.

 

For "Dominance, Inducement, Submission, Compliance", who is the author (owner) : 









For "Directive, Interactive, Supportive, Corrective", who is the author / owner : 









For "Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, Compliance", who is the author / owner : 









For "Delegate, Influence, Support, Command", who is the author / owner : 









 The wording pattern is associated to a coloring pattern [8]

Note :

The technology use for the gamification of the post is an HTML5 piece of code released in 2014 under open source by Tru Do-Khac (author of this professional blog). 

The code was added to Blogger of Google to build the Personal MOOC, a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) to edit and produce on line training modules. In January 2015, the Personal MOOC was elected Trophée IT Innovation Forum by the members of a community of 3000 + French IT Managers (CRIP) [7]

 

 

[1a] Emotions of Normal People, William Moulton Marston, Andesite Press (réédition)
[1b] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Moulton_Marston
[3] https://www.everythingdisc.co.uk/
[4] http://www.geierlearning.com
[6] Disc patterns, L'entreprise numérique créative (post in French)
[7] 5ème IT innovation Forum : le digital à l’honneur, Tristan Karache, iTpro.fr, 30 janvier 2015 (post in French)
[8] DISC coloring patterns, L'entreprise numérique créative

Nomination 2014 et Trophée 2015

La pédagogie "Short MOOCs en Réseau" a été retenue par la plateforme d'innovation ouverte de l'association Pacte PME recherchant pour le compte d'une entreprise membre un outil innovant de transformation numérique des ressources humaines.

L'innovation frugale du "Personal MOOC" a été élue Trophée IT Innovation Forum, catégorie Enterprise Mobility / Collaboratif, par les membres du CRIP (une association de responsables d'infrastructure et de production informatique) présents au forum le 27 janvier dernier.

Trophée IT Innovation Forum pour le Personal MOOC