|Thomas E. Ollerman,
Ph.D. Senior Partner Mesa, Arizona Executive Leadership
and Innovation email@example.com
Direct Personal Line: 480-838-4854.
Dr. Ollerman is President of
INNOVA, Inc., an international consulting firm specializing
in corporate innovation and creative problem solving.
His background includes expertise
gained in the areas of global executive development at IBM,
participative leadership and team building at Motorola,
Inc., statistical research for ITT Courier, Hartford Insurance
Company and Dell Computer Corporation. He has also done
executive leadership development for Amdahl Computers, Inc.,
United Technologies, Rohm and Haas, Inc., China Lake Naval
Weapons Center, Point Magu Naval Weapons Center, US Naval
Air Command, Lockheed Federal Systems, Power Company of
Southern Scotland, Logovan Petroleum of Venezuela, Pepsico
of Latin America and assistant director of the “Therapeutic
Community” in Scotland.
Dr. Ollerman publishes a monthly
executive newsletter, INNOVATIVE Times, on corporate innovation
and creativity. In addition, he has published five business
assessment instruments: Thinking Preference Inventory; Facilitator
Intervention Profile; The Entrepreneurial Index; Deductive
Thinking for Creative Problem Solving; and Creating Your
Own Consultancy. These instruments are often used in developing
corporate alliances along with his chapter on Executive
Team Facilitation; Some Observations published in Business
Driven Action Learning: Global Best Practices. Yury Borshyk
(Editor) Chapter 17, MacMillan Press and St. Martin’s Press,
London, United Kingdom, 2000.
Prior experience includes his
role as a Director of Behavioral Medicine in a large medical
teaching hospital, an international seminar leader and consultant
for 30 years, as well as holding undergraduate and graduate
teaching position on four university faculties of which
two schools selected him as Professor of the Year.
Dr. Ollerman completed a NIMH
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Community Psychology at Johns
Hopkins Medical School, Department of Psychiatry in Baltimore,
Maryland. He has a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, a Masters
degree in Experimental Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts
degree in Psychology.