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Achieving Team Results in Pharmaceutical R&D: Optimizing Cross Functional and Virtual Development Teams - Seminar Leaders
Dave Zuckerman, Steve Rayner and Mike Higgins are known for their vast expertise, state-of-the-art training methods and witty, choreographed delivery.
...Steve Rayner, PresidentRAYNER & ASSOCIATES Steve
is one of the pioneers in team development and training.He
created the first modular courseware on high-performance teams, and literally 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, 1996) 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,and Puget Sound Blood Center
.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.
Steven R. ...
Steven R. Rayner
& Associates is a management consulting and training development firm specializing in helping our clients to define, plan, and implement strategy-driven change.
Steven R. Rayner
Steven R. Rayner is founder of the consulting and training firm Rayner & Associates, Inc. and is a leading authority in the areas of strategic change, future visioning, culture redesign, high performance work systems, and corporate transformation.
is the author of several books and 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
, and Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development Company
regularly speaks at industry, academic, and professional conferences on the subject of high performance work systems.
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 conferences, including those hosted by the University of Pittsburgh
, the University of North Texas
, Oregon State University
, IBM Canada, Ltd.
, Harley-Davidson, Esso Resources, Tektronix
, Hewlett-Packard, Phillips Petroleum, Texas Instruments, and Recreational Equipment, Inc.
In addition, Rayner has served on the faculty of the University of Washington as a guest lecturer and with the Center for Telecommunications Management, the Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California.
was an honors graduate from both Lewis and Clark College
B.A.) and Pepperdine University
(where he received his M.S.O.D.).
Contributions to the field of Organization Development by Steven R. Rayner, founder of Rayner & Associates, Inc.:
Program Management: Written from the Experience of Program Managers.
By Steve ...
By Steve Rayner
Steven R. Rayner
Steven R. Rayner is an author/co-author of seven books on topics related to high performance work systems, change leadership, and culture change and is a leading consultant on these same topics.
He is founder of Rayner & Associates, Inc.
can be reached at: email@example.com
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Steve Rayner, MSOD
Rayner & Associates
Team Traps, Survival Stories and Lessons from Team Disasters, Near-Misses, Mishaps, and Other Near-Death Experiences,Steven Rayner,team traps,near-death experiences,central part,political threat
John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Biography: Steven R. Rayner is Principal with Rayner & Associates, a consulting and training firm specializing in helping enterprises develop high-performing organizations.
He has worked with companies such as IBM, Microsoft, Goodyear, Amdahl, and Paccar.
has addressed organizations such as the Ecology
of Work, the Association of Quality
and participation, the American Society of Training and Development
, and the IBM
Canada Team Symposium.
is the author of Recreating the Workplace.
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Leading Teams Kenneth Preiss, Steven Goldman, Roger Nagel, Steven Rayner, Jay Galbraith, James Lewis, Harvey Robbins, Michael Finley, Charles Manz, Henry Sims, Jacalyn Sherriton, James Stern, Jon Katzenbach, Douglas Smith, Mareen Duncan Fisher, Kimball Fisher
Why Teams Fail Roger Fisher, Steven Rayner, William Lee, Harvey Robbins, Michael Finley, Jon Katzenbach, Douglas Smith, Alan Sharp, Glenn Parker
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