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With an introduction by Barry Matties, publisher, I-Connect007
When David Dibble was only 24 years old, with just $5,000, he started a PCB company—in a garage. He built it to a profitable $10 million in sales and 200 employees making printed circuit boards.
Focusing upon the work of W. Edwards Deming, Peter Senge, Buckminster Fuller, Ilya Prigogine, and John S. Bell, David became an expert in workplace systems improvement. Since 1990, he has been training and consulting using his Four New Agreements for Leaders and Managers as a proven model for sustainable organizational transformation, with remarkable results. Today, he is the president of Dibble Leaders.
I-Connect007 worked with David to formulate the Biz Brain IQ Test, which we offered to readers during the last several months within I-Connect007 publications. Below are the combined responses from the 170 people who completed the quiz, representing a cross-section of disciplines from our industry.
The highest possible score for the Biz Brain IQ Test is 200. The average result was 120, while the highest score we saw was 167.
Editor's Note: To read the full version of this article which appeared in the October 2016 issue of The PCB Magazine, click here.