The pattern "Dominance, Inducement, Submission, Compliance",
which forms the acronym DISC and where the terms are respectively
associated to the colors blue, red, yellow and green, originated in
William Moulton Marston's book Emotions of Normal People (1928) [1a][1b].
Since then, the pattern has been interpretated into tools that help trainers and coaches to steward their professional clients ; such tools can help to identify the client's personality or assess his skills set.
To deliver governance services to enterprises, we have designed a new interpretation of DISC : Delegate, Influence, Support, Command.
[1a] DISC acronym : various interpretations, L'entreprise numérique créative, déc. 2020
[1b] DISC coloring patterns, L'entreprise numérique créative
 Droit d'auteur, effet des "70 ans" : le cas DISC, X-Propriété-Intellectuelle, sept 2020
About the creator
Tru Do-Khac (X79), a Vietnamese French consultant, has a hands-on experience of enterprise culture.
the first part of his career, he served companies of worldwide culture
reputation (IBM and Accenture), an european company (Alcatel NV, today
Nokia) and a French company which has become international (France
Telecom, today Orange). He eventually joined a telecom consulting SME
based in Paris.