Readers are promised four proven techniques to create enduring value when implementing change. When applied, leaders can make a difference in more productive change efforts.
Amy L. Johnson, Executive in Residence, Pepperdine University
Amy is currently an Executive in Residence at Pepperdine University. She teaches a capstone course titled Service Leadership where students learn leadership through an experiential consulting project pairing them with nonprofits to complete business capability projects. Through this class, she and her students have consulted with over 100 non-profits assisting them with social media strategies, fundraising plans, and financial analysis. With 30 years of management and IT consulting experience, Amy has extensive experience in the entertainment industry as well as IT strategy, systems implementations and offshore management. She has her Masters in Social Entrepreneurship focuses on coaching and advising leaders and teams in achieving higher productivity, improving team dynamics, and managing complex change through her company Go Make a Difference Ventures giving 50% of her profits to help lower-income students.