Naomi Stanford

Organization Design Consultant at Caliber Consulting


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Caliber Consulting

Dr Naomi Stanford is an organisation design practitioner, teacher, and author. She is the author of six books: Organization Design: The Practitioner’s Guide, Organization Design: Engaging with Change, Organization Design, the Collaborative Approach, The Economist Guide to Organisation Design, Corporate Culture: Getting it Right (also an Economist publication) and Organizational Health: an integrated approach to building optimum performance.

During her earlier UK career she was a corporate employee of large multinational companies, including Price Waterhouse, British Airways, Marks & Spencer, and Xerox. She then moved to the US working as an organisation design consultant to a range of organizations in the government, non-profit and private sectors. She has now returned to the UK to work in the government sector.

Naomi also writes articles, speaks at conferences, and tweets regularly on organisation design.


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