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Author: Dan Parisi
Dan began his career at BTS in 1995, and has since focused on creating highly customized executive development solutions for leading Fortune 100 clients in North America. Dan’s client work has focused on accelerating strategic alignment and building capability to drive execution. He has worked with senior leaders at HP, Texas Instruments, Walmart, Intel and others on topics as diverse as: Post-merger strategy alignment Accelerating adoption of a customer centric-culture Retail – CPG industry value chain understanding and partnership Dan has spent nearly 15 years leading large BTS USA regions. He led the BTS West Coast region from 2002 to 2012, while from 2013-2014 he acted as the Managing Director of the BTS East Coast region out of the NYC office. He is the author of numerous articles, such as “Business Acumen for the 21 st Century,” and “Is Cash Still King?”, and co-author of “Creating a Customer Centric Culture: Walking a Mile in the Customer's Shoes” at Texas Instruments and “Using Business Simulations for Executive Development.” Training Magazine named him one of the 10 Top Young Trainers in the U.S in 2008. In 2007, Marshall Goldsmith selected Dan to join the “Distinguished Thought Leaders Library” for his pioneering work in executive strategy simulations. Parisi is a featured business speaker for the “50 Lessons” video library series on learning and leadership. His presentation on “How Learning Has Evolved” appears in Never Stop Learning (Harvard Business Press, 2010).
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