University of Bridgeport, MBA, Management and Industrial Relations
Alfred University, B.A. General Science (Chemistry)
Supply Chain Management, Financial Systems Management
Six Sigma, organizational development and human potential possibilities
American Society for Quality
American Production and Inventory Control Society
American Society for Training and Development
Manufacturing Management; Preparing for What’s Coming, Society of Glass and Ceramic Decorators, Tech Notes
Can You Trust your People to be Self Directed? – Presentation to International Conference of Society of Glass and Ceramic Decorators, San Diego, 1998
Using Competencies to Align Your Recruitment, Development and Retention Strategies, Cantor Commentary, Summer, 2004
Interviews with dozens of people during the course of our work in my consulting company, 30 years of personal journal notes, plus over 40 years experience (30 of which have been in senior management) have convinced me that we are not at a dead end in terms of organizational evolution.
I am not yet clear of where we are headed next other than I am convinced that humans are not suitably adapted to work well in very large organizations, leadership is an issue because of this, and communications and Internet technology seem to be facilitating a wave of entrepreneurial expansion.
To help me get some clarity here, I publish about 50 columns a year online and 3 a month in our select newsletter that gets limited distribution to our clients only.
If I ever get a clear handle on this cloud I am wrestling with I plan to publish it in a book through Amazon electronic publishing. If I don’t …………………………………. Well at least I tried!
Here are some links to just a few of these columns.