Paul Tumolo, MBA

Director of New Initiative Development and Implementation, The Boston Consortium for Higher Education

Paul Tumolo is the director of new initiatives at the Boston Consortium for Higher Education. His mission there is to act as an external resource in creating a collaborative environment among member institutions for the development and practical implementation of cost saving and quality improvement ideas. A primary method for achieving these ends is the utilization of learning organization and other management tools to develop the skills necessary for our managers to work in an environment of rapid change. The consortium represents seventeen area colleges and universities: Babson, Bentley, Berklee, Boston College, Boston University, Brandeis, Emerson, Harvard, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Northeastern, Olin, Suffolk, Tufts, Rhode Island School of Design, Wellesley, and Wheaton.

Tumolo was previously the founder and managing director at Edusult. He is the designer and implementer of their trademarked consulting methodology He has designed, developed, and led a number of transformational organizational and leadership development consulting programs that have enabled the clients to advance their process and project management strategies. Companies such as the Harvard Management Company, Boston Scientific, LoJack, Teradyne, and Fidelity have used Tumolo and his company for improved organizational performance. Prior to Edusult, he served as deputy director of professional education at the Harvard School of Public Health. In this role, he was successful in leading major change management programs for a number of health care organizations globally. His consulting experience includes the design and implementation of long term programs for a number of enterprise-wide transformational efforts. These programs required his in-depth experience in managing processes and projects, resulting in measureable and enduring organizational and cultural change.


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