Tim Wilson is a business management and organizational development consultant with more than 30 years of progressive business and managerial experience in senior-level positions.  He has extensive knowledge of the technology industry derived from 25 years with Digital Equipment Corporation, once one of the largest high technology employers inNew England. 

 Tim’s most valuable strengths are in team building, training, change management, developing organizations, and understanding businesses’ need to persistently focus on their bottom line.  He is an expert in the areas of accountability, revenue generation and diversity management and inclusion, helping businesses to improve communication, enhance employee performance, increase productivity, and quantify their investment in diversity.

Professional Development and Education

Tim started his career in information systems, but quickly moved to human resources to apply his experience resolving system and people issues, and to acquire expertise in organizational development and employee/human relations.  He held positions in the retail, insurance, financial services and management consulting industries before settling into the tech arena in 1974. 

 Tim possesses a Master of Science degree in applied management fromLesleyCollegeinCambridge,MAand a Bachelor of Science in business administration and information systems fromClarkUniversityinWorcester,MA.  He also received an Associates degree in business management fromFisherCollegeinBoston.

 Conference Papers and Articles

 During his career, Tim has spoken at numerous conferences and published articles on minorities in the workplace.  Conference papers and articles include:

  • Downsizing: What Can We Do About It?
  •  Workforce 2000: What Does it Mean for the Black IT Professional?
  •  Concepts for Corporate Survival for the Minority Professional
  •  Managing Diversity: A Competitive Advantage
  •  The Power of Diverse Work Teams
  •  Four Tips for Organizational Success in the New Economy
  •  Maintaining the Gains Through a Balanced Scorecard (co-authored with Dennis D’Antona)