gothamCulture, a hailed leader in the space of organizational culture change and leadership development, has assembled its inaugural Board of Advisors to gain critical insight from a diverse group of experienced business professionals. The Board members are respected executives, providing a wide spectrum of industry acumen and talent. gothamCulture’s Board includes:
Bruce Eckfeldt, CEO, Cyrus Innovation
Trained as an architect, Mr. Eckfeldt is a craftsman in the information space. Eckfeldt founded Cyrus Innovation in 2003 to help people access, think about, and organize information and workflows. Cyrus Innovation develops complex software solutions for the financial services, education, publishing, and intelligence/security industries.
Bryan Adkins, EdD. CEO, Denison Consulting
As President of Denison Consulting, Dr. Adkins is an expert in the areas of organizational culture and leadership. Adkins has been published by the Journal of Organizational Behavior and co-authored a chapter in Advances in Global Leadership. Prior to joining Denison Consulting, Adkins held leadership positions in the manufacturing, professional, and not-for-profit sectors.
Daniel R. Denison, PhD. Chairman & Founder, Denison Consulting
Dr. Denison is the Chairman and Founding Partner of Denison Consulting, LLC. He is also a Professor of Management and Organization at IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland. Dr. Denison has written several books, including Corporate Culture and Organizational Effectiveness, published by John Wiley in 1990. He published the Denison Organizational Culture Survey and the Denison Leadership Development Survey, used by over 5,000 organizations, based on this research.
Jerry Doubler, VP & CFO, Burroughs Inc.
Mr. Doubler is VP & CFO of Burroughs Inc., a leader in check and payment processing. Doubler brings a consistent record of trusted financial leadership complemented with hands-on operational experience in service, manufacturing and distribution. Prior to Burroughs Inc., Doubler was CFO and interim COO of an $800 million private-equity owned company where he improved working capital by $40 million in 12 months.