Using 10 Myers Briggs Type Indicators to Help You Decide Why to Join the Retail Anaplan Group

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Using 10 Myers Briggs Type Indicators to Help You Decide Why to Join the Retail Anaplan Group

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Which Personality Type and Anaplan Role is most congruent to your own? Do these Anaplan roles have a stereotypical personality type? +5 Kudos if you can figure out which one is @JaredDolich MBTI.

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INTJ | Solution Architect

“There’s a 95.3% probability I’ll learn something new at the Anaplan Retail Group and a 92.7% probability I’ll meet someone like me that really understands the Directed Acyclic Graph, the DAG. You know, Anaplan’s calculation engine? Yeah, that DAG.”

 

ENTP | Anaplan Group Leader

“Do you have a thirst for knowledge? You know, the type of knowledge that will help you implement that retail Anaplan solution the right way, every time? So, then, let me play devil’s advocate. Why wouldn’t you join the Anaplan Retail Group?”

 

INTP | Master Anaplanner

“Why should ‘I’ join the Anaplan Retail Group? Oh wait a minute.. hey.. hey.. is this question going to be on the certification exam?”

 

ESFP | Community Boss

“Joining the Anaplan Retail Group is like being invited to a party. I’ll make sure everyone has a great time. As I always like to say, come for the entertainment and leave with a bundle of retail know-how!”

 

INFP | Certified Model Builder

“The Anaplan Retail Group is the right place to be. It speaks to me somehow. I don’t know how I know this but it just feels right, and, well, I hope you’ll consider joining. And, if you don’t, well then it probably means you don’t like me.”

 

ESTJ | Anaplan Customer

“Number 1. It’s good for business. Number 2. It drives revenue, and Number 3. It drives results. This is the way it’s always worked, and it will work in this case. Join the retail group, now.”

 

ESFJ| Anaplan Account Executive

“We need to respect the leadership and wisdom found in the Anaplan culture by joining the Anaplan Retail Group. The positive energy felt by one will be felt by us all.”

 

INFJ | Anaplan Business Partner

“The Anaplan Retail Group is the ideal place to learn, meet others, and get your retail game on. I’ll make sure you’ve got a partner to guide you. I’ve got your back.”

 

ISTJ | Anaplan Partner, Gold Level

“My reputation is everything which is why I joined the Anaplan Retail Group. Their facts are double checked, they use only the best of the best practices, and they leave no detail unturned. If it means I have to walk 10 miles every day to join then that’s what I’ll do."

 

ENFJ | Anaplan Partner,  Global Level

“Follow me to the Anaplan Retail Group. Your decision extends outward and affects everyone. Your intentions can show us what’s in your heart or it can communicate indecision. Your words can cultivate love or dirty the floor in despair. Your presence can bring joy. Your contributions can inspire innovation. Your every act can bring retail practitioners together."


Jared Dolich
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Re: Using 10 Myers Briggs Type Indicators to Help You Decide Why to Join the Retail Anaplan Group

@JaredDolich 

 

Where do you get these ideas from:)

 

I am really interested in getting in. Can we make that happen for people like me who are in IST. 

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Re: Using 10 Myers Briggs Type Indicators to Help You Decide Why to Join the Retail Anaplan Group

@Misbah 

How do you like the new badges? Is there any badge you're missing? You probably have over 50. Congratulations!!

You are most welcome in any group. I would pick the region or special interest you're most passionate about and ask @AaronW and @HannahT how to get involved. Interestingly, in the IST the Mumbai Group and the Dehli group are active and could really use your involvement whether as a member or as a leader. Or, you can get involved with any of the special interest groups. One suggestion you might consider is starting a modeling group for India, like they did for the UK. Very, very popular and very engaged thanks, in part, to the amazing @MagaliP who churns out the content like I've never seen.


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Re: Using 10 Myers Briggs Type Indicators to Help You Decide Why to Join the Retail Anaplan Group

@JaredDolich 

 

Any badge is welcome:). Plus they have given me around 10 I believe. Right now I am at 57.

 

Yeah that would be great. I would definitely want to start modelling group for India. Who can help me set this up?

 

 

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Re: Using 10 Myers Briggs Type Indicators to Help You Decide Why to Join the Retail Anaplan Group

@Misbah 

Yep, talk to @AaronW and @HannahT they are the Anaplan group leader management team. You can also run the meetings in any language you want. I sat in on the Russia meeting and it was surprisingly helpful to me despite it being completely spoken in Russian. Anaplan is really global!!


Jared Dolich
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Re: Using 10 Myers Briggs Type Indicators to Help You Decide Why to Join the Retail Anaplan Group

Hi @Misbah! We would certainly be interested in discussing opportunities for involvement and ideas you may have. Feel free to reach out to groups@anaplan.com and we can look at setting up some time to chat. Thanks!