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Customized Improvement Strategies L.L.C

12584 Villa Hill

St. Louis, Missouri 63141

United States

Company Description

CIS is a virtual company. With the exception of Dave Zuckerman, all of the CIS gurus and experts listed below are employed by other entities. Our virtual team is bound by cooperative agreements, mutual nondisclosure agreements, and a delight in working to ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Organization Development

Tektronix , Inc.

Affiliations

Founder and President
Rayner & Associates Inc

Co-Founder
Belgard

Education

B.A with honors

Lewis and Clark College

M.S.

Pepperdine University

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Dr. Steve Rayner is an internationally known expert on organizational development, change management, teambuilding, virtual teams, and high performance work systems. Steve is founder of the consulting and training firm Rayner & Associates, Inc.. Rayner is the author of several books including:


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About Steven R. Rayner Steven R. Rayner is founder of the consulting and training firm Rayner & Associates, Inc. and a leading authority in the area of high performance work systems.
Rayner is the author of several books including: Team Traps: Survival Stories and Lessons from Team Disasters, Near-Misses, Mishaps and Other Near-Death Experiences (John Wiley & Sons, May 1996) Recreating the Workplace: The Pathway to High Performance Work Systems (John Wiley & Sons, June 1993) and co-author of Team Innovations: Best Practice Tools and Resources for Team Based Management (Watson-Wyatt, May 1996) and Tips For Teams: A Ready Reference for Solving Common Team Problems (McGraw-Hill, August 1994). He has also authored numerous articles on the subject of high performance work systems. His extensive writings have been published by the National Productivity Review, Work in America Institute, the American Society for Training and Development, Oregon State University, the University of Minnesota, Jossey-Bass Publishers and BelgardFisherRayner. In addition, he has written articles for internal publication at major corporations including Boeing, Tektronix, Goodyear, Calgon-Carbon and Monsanto.
Rayner regularly speaks at industry, academic and professional conferences on the subject of high performance work systems. He has addressed audiences at the Ecology of Work Conferences, the Association of Quality and Participation Conference, the American Production and Inventory Control Society, the American Society for Training and Development, the International Conference on Self-Managed Work Teams as well as company and academic sponsored conferences including those hosted by the University of Pittsburgh, the University of North Texas, Oregon State University, IBM Canada, Ltd., Digital Equipment Corporation, Esso Resources, Tektronix, Hewlett-Packard, Phillips Petroleum, Texas Instruments and Washington Water Power. In addition, Rayner has served on the faculty of the University of Washington as a guest lecturer.
Rayners firm has worked with a number of companies implementing high involvement practices across North America and the United Kingdom. Its clients include Boeing, Harley- Davidson, IBM Canada, Microsoft, Solutia, Goodyear, and Avista Labs.
Rayner was an honors graduate from both Lewis and Clark College (where he received his B.A.) and Pepperdine University (where he received his M.S.)


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Dr. Steve Rayner is an internationally known expert on organizational development, change management, team building, virtual teams, and high performance work systems. Steve is founder of the consulting and training firm Rayner & Associates, Inc.. Steve is the author of several books including:
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Steve has also authored numerous articles on change management and high performance work systems. His extensive writings have been published by the National Productivity Review, Work in America Institute, the American Society for Training and Development, Oregon State University, the University of Minnesota, Jossey-Bass Publishers and BelgardoFisheroRayner. In addition, he has written articles for internal publication at major corporations including Boeing, Tektronix, Goodyear, Calgon-Carbon and Monsanto.


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Dave Zuckerman, Steve Rayner and Mike Higgins are known for their vast expertise, state-of-the-art training methods and witty delivery.

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Steve Rayner Steve is one of the pioneers in team development and training. He created the first modular courseware on high-performance teams, and lierally wrote the book on virtual teams. Steve has authored Team Traps: Survival Stories and Lessons from Team Disasters, Near-Misses, Mishaps and Other Near-Death Experiences (John Wiley & Sons, 1996) Recreating the Workplace: The Pathway to High Performance Work Systems (John Wiley & Sons, 1993) Virtual Team (Rayner & Associates, 1996) and has co-authored Team Innovations: Best Practice Tools and Resources for Team Based Management (Watson-Wyatt, 1966) and Tips For Teams: A Ready Reference for Solving Common Team Problems (McGraw-Hill, 1994). Steve has helped many companies implement high performance teams including Boeing, Harley-Davidson, IBM Canada, Microsoft, Solutia, Puget Sound Blood Center and Avista Labs. In addition, he has served on the faculty of the University of Washington as a guest lecturer. Steve received a B.A. with honors from Lewis and Clark College and an M.S. from Pepperdine University.


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About Steven R. Rayner
Steven R. Rayner is founder of the consulting and training firm Rayner & Associates, Inc. and a leading authority in the area of high performance work systems.
Rayner is the author of several books including: Team Traps: Survival Stories and Lessons from Team Disasters, Near-Misses, Mishaps and Other Near-Death Experiences (John Wiley & Sons, May 1996); Recreating the Workplace: The Pathway to High Performance Work Systems (John Wiley & Sons, June 1993) and co-author of Team Innovations: Best Practice Tools and Resources for Team Based Management (Watson-Wyatt, May 1996) and Tips For Teams: A Ready Reference for Solving Common Team Problems (McGraw-Hill, August 1994).He has also authored numerous articles on the subject of high performance work systems.His extensive writings have been published by the National Productivity Review, Work in America Institute, the American Society for Training and Development, Oregon State University, the University of Minnesota, Jossey-Bass Publishers and Belgard•Fisher•Rayner.In addition, he has written articles for internal publication at major corporations including Boeing, Tektronix, Goodyear, Calgon-Carbon and Monsanto.
Rayner regularly speaks at industry, academic and professional conferences on the subject of high performance work systems.He has addressed audiences at the Ecology of Work Conferences, the Association of Quality and Participation Conference, the American Production and Inventory Control Society, the American Society for Training and Development, the International Conference on Self-Managed Work Teams as well as company and academic sponsored conferences including those hosted by the University of Pittsburgh, the University of North Texas, Oregon State University, IBM Canada, Ltd., Digital Equipment Corporation, Esso Resources, Tektronix, Hewlett-Packard, Phillips Petroleum, Texas Instruments and Washington Water Power.In addition, Rayner has served on the faculty of the University of Washington as a guest lecturer.
Rayner's firm has worked with a number of companies implementing high involvement practices across North America and the United Kingdom.Its clients include Boeing, Harley- Davidson, IBM Canada, Microsoft, Solutia, Goodyear, and Avista Labs.
Rayner was an honors graduate from both Lewis and Clark College (where he received his B.A.) and Pepperdine University (where he received his M.S.)

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