Mr. DiGeorgio is the principal of Richard M. DiGeorgio & Associates, a management consulting firm. He is a change management consultant, leadership trainer and coach. His firm is a network of quality consulting firms, who have worked in numerous industries and at all levels of Fortune 500 companies. The firm has been doing business for eight years.
His leadership training focuses on developing high potential middle managers to think like General Managers through his “Strategic Business Management Workshop.” This workshop is built around a powerful simulation of a company that needs to be turned around; it features strategic perspectives from some of the world’s best business minds.
Recent assignments of significance, all of which involved significant change issues, include:
In his role as manager of Training and Organizational Development for Mobil’s Technology Company (MTC), a worldwide organization of 3,000 employees, he did numerous improvement/change efforts and studies. Some of Mr. DiGeorgio's more significant organizational improvement projects, included:
Mr. DiGeorgio has made a number of professional presentations. The topics of those presentations focus on M&A, technology transfer, team building, and change management. His article “Making Mergers and Acquisitions Work” was published in the Journal of Change Management in 2003. In May of 2003, Mr. DiGeorgio chaired a conference on M&A in South Africa. Mr. DiGeorgio was the President of the New Jersey Human Resource Planning Group for two years, currently, he coordinates all affiliates of the Human Resource Planning Society across the Globe. His Internet radio show, “The Changing World of Work,” engages him in provocative dialogues with thought leaders in the world of business.
Mr. DiGeorgio is a graduate of Holy Cross College, where he received a liberal arts degree. He received his masters in social psychology from Columbia University. He is married and lives in Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania. His hobbies include tennis, golf, and spending quality time with his wife.
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