Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) February 27, 2006
Interaction Associates, a learning and performance improvement company with more than 35 years’ experience, announced that Andy Atkins has joined as a senior consultant in its Cambridge office.
“Andy is a definite asset to Interaction Associates,” said Linda Dunkel, President and CEO of Interaction Associates. “He has an impressive track record in leadership and management development, human resources, and organization change management, which is sure to delight our clients.”
Andy comes to Interaction Associates from Bank of America, where he was a Senior Vice President, Leadership Development and Human Resources. There he provided talent planning, succession management, leadership development, high potential development, executive coaching, and organization change management for the Premier and Small Business Banking, Banc of America Investments, Fleet Merger Transition, and Wealth and Investment Management organizations.
Prior to that, Atkins was Managing Director, Capability Development for FleetBoston Financial and Vice President, Organization Effectiveness for Genuity in Woburn. He has had senior human resources and organizational change consulting roles at Arthur D. Little, Fidelity Investments, and Mercer Management Consulting.
Andy Atkins received a Master of Business Administration, Columbia University School of Business, where he received a Goldman Sachs Fellowship. He holds a Master of Arts from the State University of New York at Stony Brook, and a B.A. from Hofstra University, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa, Magna Cum Laude. He has contributed to The Systems Thinker, Human Resource Professional, the Journal of International Compensation and Benefits, and other publications. He serves on the boards of the New England College of Finance and the Arlington Children’s Theater. Atkins is on the adjunct faculty in Babson College’s MBA program where he focuses on "leadership and change."
Interaction Associates is a 37-year-old learning and performance improvement company. It helps organizations collaborate better to achieve mission-critical objectives. When leaders, project managers, and teams learn how to collaborate, companies realize significant improvements in decision-making, execution, quality, and cycle time.
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