Richard N. Knowles, Ph.D.

I created this version of the “Process Enneagram” while I was a plant manager in 1992 in West Virginia working to help make the plant the safest, most cost-effective it could be. I’ll be calling it here simply the “Process Enneagram” to differentiate it from the “Enneagram of Personality” that is very different. (“Process Enneagram” generally refers to Gurdjieff’s use of the enneagram as described by J. G. Bennett, A.G.E. Blake and others – “process” in the sens...

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