Ken Hyatt

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Ken Hyatt "is a Founder and Managing Partner of CMPartners and President of the Board of The Bridgeway Group. Ken serves as an advisor to clients engaged in complex negotiations, conflicts and the management of critical relationships. His work includes facilitating complex disputes on a non-partisan basis, advising one side on negotiating a specific transaction, advising organizations on improving internal conflict management and decision-making processes, and advising organizations on creating, maintaining and/or repairing relationships with critical internal and external parties. He also designs and conducts training workshops throughout the world. Ken's private sector work is focused in the finance and manufacturing sectors. His not-for-profit work is focused on issues associated with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

"Prior to joining Conflict Management Inc. (CMI) and forming CMPartners, Ken was a management consultant with Bain & Company in its Boston, London and Munich offices from 1983-1989. He led teams of consultants analyzing and implementing a variety of strategic and organizational projects at leading American and European multinational corporations. His work focused on strategy development, mergers and acquisitions, sales and marketing strategy, and training. His clients included corporations in the manufacturing, information, beverage, and apparel industries.

"Ken has also been an Associate at the Harvard Negotiation Project where he taught seminars for business executives, law and other graduate students. He received his BA from Yale College, his JD from Harvard Law School and was a Fulbright/West German Exchange Service Scholar." [1]

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  1. Ken Hyatt, CMPartners, accessed April 8, 2010.