ISN Welcomes new VP of Business Development

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Integral Strategy Network welcomes Scott Christensen to the ISN team as Vice President of Business Development. He joins us from Calgary, Alberta and brings a wealth of experience from the technology sector in business development, marketing, and sales.

Scott will help to spread the ISN story, working with all of us to ensure we can provide clarity and communicate our innovative service offering in new and existing markets while enriching client relationships.

Scott Christensen

Scott has dedicated the past twenty years to helping clients align technology solutions with business strategy and improve their ability to make transformative change. His experience includes business process consulting with Fortune 500 companies around the world — including technology strategy, planning and implementation. In 2000, he was part of a global ValueSAP initiative focused on helping existing SAP clients increase the value received from their technology investments. The number one issue common to all of these clients was the need to focus on people. He was an original member of the team responsible for enhancing organizational readiness, stakeholder engagement, and the capacity for change. His only regret is that he wasn’t aware of the Integral Strategy methodology back in those days. As an ISN partner, Scott is focused on Integral Strategy’s customer satisfaction, business development and sales, and brand stewardship. His experience as a proven strategist and problem-solver and his success in understanding organizational issues strengthens Integral Strategy Network’s commitment to create strong, supportive relationships with client organizations.

Scott holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Saskatchewan and is certified as a Professional Knowledge Manager and Knowledge Management Engineer, as well as a certified Professional Logistician.

If you are interested in learning more about how Integral Strategy Network can help you engage your employees and stakeholders to address a shared challenge and create transformative change feel free to contact Scott.

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