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Edward S. Kiely, Ph.D., Principal

Ed has been managing, consulting, public speaking and teaching for thirty years. His core concentrations are organizational planning and strategy, performance and accountability, change management, strategic management and transformational leadership.

His doctorate is in management from the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs of the University of Pittsburgh.

He has worked with over 100 clients— businesses, governments, foundations, universities and non-profit organizations at all levels—local, state, national and international. Some highlights:

Developed scorecards and dashboards for national, state and local governments, universities, businesses and non-profit organizations.

  •  Staffed a board of Fortune 500 CEOs in major metropolitan public-private cooperative programs.
  • Directed consulting teams of nationally renown business experts in public management reform efforts.
  • Organized and launched financial forecasting systems for large metropolitan governments.
  • Developed and implemented a successful turnaround strategy for nationally recognized research and consulting organization.
  • Developed and implemented a White House Award winning computer network for 140 municipalities and councils of government.
  • Served as CEO of one of the nation’s largest and most renown governmental research organizations.
  • Spearheaded several government accountability reform campaigns.
  • Authored a national award winning research report on organizational fragmentation.
  • Designed turnaround strategies for business and non-profit agencies.
  • Developed a comprehensive departmental level management dashboard for a state governor and cabinet.
  • Created a maturity model measurement scale on organizational capacity.