About Paul

Paul S. Myers, Ph.D. has more than twenty years of experience helping current and future leaders learn to design and improve processes and organizations that achieve excellence. Creative and pragmatic, Paul has led high performing teams in business and higher education settings. He has extensive experience developing content used in business schools, executive education and other professional development programs.

Paul serves on the faculty of the Simmons School of Management in Boston. For a decade he taught courses on operations and technology management, leadership and governance, knowledge management, and project management. He developed and taught a fully-online course in project management and currently teaches the online course “Strategic Thinking and Decision Making.”

He has also consulted to Fortune 100 companies and start-up businesses on technology management, business process improvement, and organizational development. He has published articles in Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, International Journal of Disclosure & Governance, and CIO Magazine, edited the anthology Knowledge Management and Organizational Design (Butterworth-Heinemann), and co-authored several book chapters and Harvard Business School case studies on organizational change, entrepreneurship, and operations management.

Paul is a sociologist with a B.A cum laude from Yale University, an A.M. from Harvard University, and a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from Harvard Business School.

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