Structogram Introduction

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 Structogram Introduction

Peter Stutz | General
December 14, 2012
Structogram is a learning system based on the Triune Brain (a model of evolution of the vertebrate forebrain and behaviour) by brain scientist, Professor Paul Maclean. The training system was developed by implementing knowledge obtained from brain research. It uses significant personality traits that depend on individual functions of the brain.
Peter Stutz, chief executive officer and co-founder of Structogram International, oversees all Structogram offices and licensed trainers in 23 countries worldwide. He joined Structogram in 1993 and eventually bought the shares from its founder, Dr. Victor Bataillard.
Courtesy of Behavioural Consulting Group and Structogram International
Copyright © 2013 Singapore Institute of Management

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