Ep 32 Get a Strong Seat Belt Because It’s Going to Be a Fun Ride

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For more than 35 years, Dennis Hill, PhD has been a change agent and solutions architect, serving on more than 20 boards in business, industry, and education, including EXACTA Corporation, a forty-three-year-old business specializing in software architects and solutions. 

As a young professor in the ’80s and ’90s, Dr. Hill founded one of the first accredited computer science & engineering programs in the USA.   Concurrently, while working with businesses, he led the development of the first enterprise-class CRM solution on Oracle/Sun Servers.

The ’80s, integrating ERP but uniquely spanning all contact relationships, including sales, supply chain, workforce recruitment, and HRIS.  He is an avid believer in both formal and continuing education, professional development, and certifications.

Earned advanced degrees in biomedical and computer science engineering, business, and law, Dennis is active in SHRM and HRCI, and a Practitioner in the Assn. for Conflict Resolution.

He volunteered as a biomedical engineer and assisted in wound care at Port-au-Prince, Haiti in the immediate aftermath of the 2010 earthquake with Hope International.  My full profile/bio is available on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/ManageChange/

My favorite takeaways from this week’s episode:

  • We live in the age of knowledge
  • Get a strong seat belt because it’s going to be a fun ride
  • We are entrepreneurial
  • We are more than CRM


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