Non Profit Experience
Community Action Partners (CAP) A non-profit that places HBS and HKS alumni into pro bono consulting projects in the Boston area
· Board Member 2007-13 and 2015-19
· Board Chait 2010-12
· Project Leader for nine CAP projects
· Brainstorm Steward 2016-19
· Lead facilitator for 30+ brainstorms
Stanton & Associates 2004-
· Led numerous projects on:
o Strategic Planning
o Collaborations and Mergers
o Earned Income
Operational Improvements re's where you
Steven Stanton has achieved significant accomplishments as a teacher, author, and consultant.
Mr. Stanton has recently completed five years as a professor at Tecnologico de Monterrey, the leading technical university in Mexico where he co-taught a course on Projects and Process. During that time, his course won outstanding reviews from his students.
In addition, he has taught over 30 multi-day courses on Process Redesign and Change Management for FCB attendees. He has also taught in executive education programs at Kaiser Permanente, Kohler, the US Defense Department, and many others.
Mr. Stanton is a New York Times bestselling author, and recently published “Smart Work: Why Organizations Full of Intelligent People Do So Many Dumb Things and What You Can Do About It.” This highly acclaimed book describes why many organizations fail at transformation and provides pragmatic recommendations for performance improvement.
Mr. Stanton was the co-author, with Dr. Michael Hammer, of the New York Times best-selling “Reengineering Revolution” (HarperBusiness) and the Harvard Business Review article “How Process Organizations Really Work.” Over the past 30 years, he has published many other articles on business transformation. As a leading management thinker, he has been frequently cited by national publications such as Fortune and BusinessWeek.
Mr. Stanton is currently a Managing Partner of FCB Partners, an international consulting firm where his work focuses on assisting clients in complex transformation projects.