Robert Dunham

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"Robert (Bob) Dunham, founder of Enterprise Performance, works closely with executives and management teams to design competitive enterprises. He has been developing the content of the Mastering Professional Management (MPM) program since 1981, drawing from his own executive experience, from consulting for companies, and from producing executive and management development programs. Prior to founding Enterprise Performance in 1993, Bob was a Vice President of consulting for Business Design Associates (BDA), an international business process redesign firm. Prior to working with BDA, Bob was Chief Operating Officer for Action Technologies, Inc., and co-holds two patents for their ActionWorkflow technology.

"Prior to that he served as Vice President of System Development for Motorola Computer Systems, where he directed the development of three hardward and software system product lines and delivered over one hundred and fifty software product releases to the marketplace. Earlier in his career, he led the on-board software development team for the Hubble Space Telescope for several years.He has trained hundreds of executives and managers, and has authored numerous papers on business and management. In addition to executive and management development, Enterprise Performance also mounts projects with client companies for operational performance improvement based on its body of practice, including Toshiba America, IBM, Discovery Channel, Scholastic, Adobe Systems, Fidelity National, Silicon Valley companies and many others.

"Bob has combined communication and language, management practice design, and approaches to embodied action-learning that shift our capacities for action in an integrated approach to building executive and management capability. The program produces embodied learning, rather than just theory, in management and leadership, and draws on the work of Dr. Fernando Flores in language and action, and the work of Dr. Richard Strozzi-Heckler in the discipline of Somatic Leadership. Bob earned two degrees from Stanford University, completed three-years of post-graduate work in Ontological Design, and four years in Somatic Leadership with Strozzi Institute. He is currently Executive in Residence, Adjunct Faculty, and teaches at Presidio School of Management."[1]

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  1. generativeleadership Faculty, organizational web page, accessed March 22, 2013.
  2. Newfield Network Team, organizational web page, accessed December 28, 2013.