Scott Bristol's 

Education and Experience

Academic Education

Doctor of Education, University of Massachusetts, Major: Organizational Development

Master of Education, University of Massachusetts; Major: Alternative Education and Leadership

Bachelor of Science: Webb Institute of Naval Architecture; Major: Marine Engineering and Naval Architecture


Stanford Graduate School of Business (2004-present)

Lecturer in Organizational Behavior

Director, Group Facilitation Training Program

President, LJMap, Inc.  (1997-present) 

Applications of Life Journey Map®: TELUS Corp, Sandia National Labs, Veritas Corp, Ingersoll-Rand, American Red Cross, US Government, and NTL Institute. 

Director of Training and Organizational Development, (1993-1997).

Ziff-Davis Publishing. Responsible for: values and culture study during time of acquisition;  first company wide performance management system; world wide senior executive development strategy- using multi-rater feedback as a coaching tool for individual and team development; “core competency” study of top sales performers to improve hiring and training of sales personnel.

President, Ed Matrix, Inc, (1976- 1993)

Examples of Organizational Development assignments: Tri Valley Growers planning and implementing information systems change project; Western Digital executive level conflict resolution; Lincoln National Corp team incentive compensation for 12 regional offices; Allergan executive team building and integration of women executives into manufacturing and operations. ABS Inc. re-engineering of workforce; Federal Communications Commission team building and change consultation with Chairman and Bureau and Office Chiefs; Union Carbide Corporation training engineers in group facilitation skills.

Post Doctorate Study (1980-83)

Individual and family therapy, Greenfield Mental Health Center, MA

Alternative Education, (1971-76) 

Teacher and Principal, public education.

Life Journey Map® Presentations  and Workshops

All these workshops and presentations involve collecting and analyzing participants values ranking data. 

Authentic Influence (2003-present) 4 day workshop for leaders, managers, and consultants - integrating emotional literacy, values, and diversity.

Diversity Values: A Competitive Advantage”, (2002), NTL Institute: Diversity, Leadership, and Change learning event.

Change Management A New Approach”, (2002), Department of Veterans Affairs National Leadership Conference.

Community and Commerce… sustaining NTL’s value relevancy to its members and its customers”, (2002) NTL Institute yearly membership meeting.

Discerning Your Personal Path of Meaning”, (2002), Institute of Noetic Sciences Monterey Bay, CA local meeting.