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Hans Versnel

After years as a manager, Hans Versnel went into the consulting business and soon found that the most tedious problems in organizations are almost always people problems. It's either the match between people and their work, or the match between people and people. In the year 2000, he started measuring what drives people and groups. "It is really awesome," he says. "It explains so much, and it makes you realize how different we all are. I always thought people were different, but once I started measuring… The real trick, however, is to accept those differences and make them productive. Diversity has much more value than I initially thought."

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