As an independent consultant, Bob Tomasko specializes in organization effectiveness. His work involves:
Researching management practices to help his clients benchmark their organizations against the world's best.
Reviewing and critiquing plans for organization change, helping develop alternatives, and advising on future courses of action. This advice is based upon research he conducts, and his over 25 years experience in management consulting.
Presenting and teaching, through case studies and interactive exercises, the material in his books. Sessions like these, with groups of top executives and managers throughout a business, help lay the groundwork for major organization change.
For a working definition of organization, see this excerpt from his book Go For Growth.
Increasingly his projects involve advice-giving, rather than traditional consulting. What's the difference?
Although most of Bob Tomasko's research and consulting is client-specific and for their use only, these are some publicly available excerpts from his reports:
Corporate Social Responsibility
Questions and comments about these are always welcome. Contact Robert Tomasko at
Air Products & Chemicals
Chemical Waste Management
Food Marketing Institute
Grocery Manufacturers of America
Bain & Co.
Arthur D. Little
Right Associates (Right Management Consultants)
Temple, Barker & Sloane (Mercer Management Consulting)
Petroleum Authority of Thailand (PTT)
Seattle City Light
Corroon & Black
Auditor General of Canada
Library of Congress
Presidential Commission on World Hunger
U.S. Department of Education
Baptist Medical Center
National Urban Coalition
U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops
Magnetic Controls (ADC)
Bell Atlantic (Verizon)
Southern New England Telephone (SBC)
Federal Aviation Administration