Dr. Ron Wood Sr.
CHIEF STRATEGY OFFICER
Dr. Wood has a Ph.D from Walden University and currently serves
on the faculty of Marist
College School of Management.
He is also a track chair for the American
Business Behavioral Sciences Society covering the area of entrepreneurship.
Dr. Wood joined Axiom Consulting in 2002 contributing over 30 years of executive leadership experience from IBM. He has most recently founded the Wood Research Institute to explore issues related to how to sustain business success, diversity, managing and negotiating in multicultural environments, expatriate problems/issues, business ethics and corporate social responsibility.
He is widely published and has both been keynote and main tent speaker
at a variety of business and technology conferences in the areas
- Business Management
- Sustainable Development
- International Trade
His focus is on developing business models to measure the results initiatives
in these areas. To contact Dr. Wood email him at email@example.com or
phone at (914)787-7038.
In addition to being honored as a participant in the 2004 Oxford University Roundtable Forum Trade and The Environment. He has authored several award-winning papers and presentations including the following:
“Business ‘Viagra’ How Some SMBs Sustain Remarkable Performance?” was selected as "Best Paper of a Track Chair". (presented at the 13th Annual Meeting of American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS) February 23-25, 2006) and is being included for future publication in the ASBBS Journal.
"Positioning Summary Analysis of the U.S. Training Industry,"- was
selected as one of the best papers presented at the ASBBS 8th International
Conference and is being included for future publication in the ASBBS International
"Size Does Matter - SMB's Can Move into Value Zone"
- was selected as "Best Paper of a Track Chair". (Presented at the 12th Annual
Meeting of American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS)
February 24-27, 2005) and is being included for future publication in
the ASBBS eJournal.
“Managing and Regulating International Trade Impacts Caused By Globalization: Creating A International Value Zone
that Identifies and Establishes Standards of Social Responsibility and Ethical Behaviors and Factors for Multinational Companies ”
- (Presented at an Oxford University Round Table in August 2004 and is published in the Oxford University Roundtable Forum On Public Policy Special Issue: Trade and The Environment, Volume 1 Number 1 2005).
" Delivering Customer Value Generates Positive Business
Results ” - (Presented at the American Society of Business Behavioral
Sciences 11th Annual Conference February 22, 2004).
“ Impacts of E-commerce On Traditional
Markets ” - (University of Michigan Archives August 2003).
Co-authored a book entitled, “ E-commerce, Global E-business
and E-Socie ties ” -
(Published by Prentice-Hall 1999)
Customer Value Generates Positive Business Results ”, - (Futurics:
A Journal of Futures Research Vol.
28, no. 1 &2, published by Minnesota Futuristics, A Chapter
of the World
“E-business in the Food Service Industry ” - (Keynote
address at the National Association of Restaurants).
“The Strategic Advantage of e-business ” -
the IBM Europe, Middle Eastern, and African e-business; Sharenet meeting
Paris February 2000).
“The IBM e-business Infrastructure and Network - Why It Increases Revenues and Profits and Reduces Costs” -
(Keynote address for the Advanced Internet Commerce Seminar for MIT via Satellite and Webcast presenting).
“The Strategic Advantage of E-commerce for Business-to-Business
Transactions,” - (September 1999 IBM E-commerce Keynote Speaker
at the Worldwide Information
Sytems Research Development (WISRD) 2000 sponsored by UCLA).
“The Societal Impacts of Electronic Commerce”- (Presented
at Walden University)
“E-business/IT Skills Requirements for the 21st
Century” - (Presented at Walden University)
“E-commerce Hyper- growth”- (Presented at