How can a group agree on strategy even though they don’t agree on values, beliefs, or expectations?
How can we re-engineer a spacecraft company from a prototyping to a manufacturing culture?
How does the choice of communications medium (video, computer, phone) affect a group’s discussion?
How can we provide laptop computers for all students in a middle school?
How can a board participate 100% in implementing a strategy that some members strongly oppose?
How can we raise $2M for new school buildings in a middle-class community in a downward economy?
What new businesses can we create that meet the communication needs of the future?
Recognized for her communication skills, Lynne has been quoted or has written for The Los Angeles Times, Women in Aviation Magazine, Life@Work Magazine, Kitplanes Magazine, the Signal Tribune, Verdad Literary Magazine, and several other publications. She co-authored the book, "Challenges in Virtual Collaboration: Audioconferencing, Videoconferencing and Computer-Mediated Communications."
Lynne recently completed her doctoral studies at the Pardee-RAND graduate school in policy analysis with a dissertation, Her doctoral dissertation is "Multiperspective Strategic Decision Making." She has recent coursework towards a Masters' in Psychology from CSULB, a Masters' in engineering from UCLA, and a Bachelors Degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Michigan.
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