WHO WE ARE
Pam Posey Pamela A. Posey, D.B.A. is a nationally recognized authority on strategic planning, leadership and management in changing organizations. Her research and consulting practice focuses on the impact of organizational change and innovation on managers and leaders, strategic planning, leadership for performance improvement and managerial effectiveness, organizational design, and on the development and implementation of strategic and operational initiatives in complex organizations. Her consulting efforts in the area of visual management draw on her expertise in these areas, as well as fine arts principles to create an exciting new arena for performance improvement for her clients.
Pam earned her B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Vermont, her M.B.A. from the University of California at Berkeley, and her doctorate from the Harvard Business School. In the years she spent as an academic, Pam was a faculty member at two universities, spending more than ten years on the Business School faculty at the University of Vermont and another five as a Graduate Business School faculty member at the University of Washington. Her teaching and research activities focus on strategic planning, organizational change, leadership, performance, and design; and her work has been published in a variety of journals, including Harvard Business Review. Dr. Posey served for many years on the Work in America Institute's Academic Advisory Council, and participated in numerous research projects with the Institute. She has, over her career, been active in a variety of professional and educational organizations.
Pam has worked with leaders and teams in a wide variety of companies throughout North America. She has conducted much of her work in manufacturing enterprises; she also has wide experience in the service industries, the financial services sector, government, high tech, and education. Pam is a popular and award-winning speaker, and has given many presentations and talks at national and international conferences as well as at individual company meetings. She is well respected as an educator, a trainer, and a coach among the managers with whom she has worked.