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Edgar H. Schein, Professor of Management Emeritus, Society of Sloan Fellows and Professor Emeritus, MIT Sloan School of Management
EDGAR H. SCHEIN is the Society of Sloan Fellows Professor of Management Emeritus and a Professor Emeritus at the MIT Sloan School of Management. He is the author of many articles and books, including Helping; Process Consultation Revisited; The Corporate Culture Survival Guide; DEC Is Dead, Long Live DEC; Organizational Culture and Leadership; and Career Anchors. He has defined the field of organizational culture and has consulted with many organizations in the United States and overseas. Ed has received many awards and honors, among them the Lifetime Achievement Award in Workplace Learning and Performance from the American Society of Training Directors (2000), the Marion Gislason Award for Leadership in Executive Development from the Boston University School of Management Executive Development Roundtable (2002), the Lifetime Achievement Award as Scholar/ Practitioner from the Academy of Management (2009), and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Leadership Association (2012).
David Sibbet, President and Founder, The Grove Consultants International
DAVID SIBBET is President and Founder, The Grove Consultants International. A master facilitator, process consultant, and pioneer of visual facilitation, David specializes in large-scale processes, strategic visioning and creative, future-oriented symposia. David and his team at The Grove work in both private– and public-interest sectors for organizations in all stages of development, and recently published the third volume in his Visual Leadership series.
Sibbet is a longtime affiliate with the Institute for the Future in Menlo Park, a member of the Global Business Network in San Francisco, a longtime member of both the Organizational Development Network and the International Forum of Visual Practitioners, and a member of Heartland Circle’s Thought Leader Network. He is chairman of the board of Coro Center for Civic Leadership. He lives in San Francisco with his poet/teacher spouse Susan.
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