Trish Gorman is a strategy expert and consultant and the founder of the online assessment firm, KEA Skills. She serves as an advisor to various corporate and institutional educational programs and is a subject matter expert for selected early-stage investors and entrepreneurs. At Columbia Business School Executive Education, Gorman is also the co-faculty director of the Mastering Corporate Entrepreneurship (Online) program as well as program and faculty director of custom client programs.
In her teaching, Gorman connects cutting-edge research with management priorities and decisions to build individual and organizational strategy skills, taking executives on a journey from the classroom to the team room to the board room. She has a long history of working with organizations like McKinsey & Company and Deloitte and has written for publications like Harvard Business Review and Forbes.
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