Author Archives: Ron Milam
Celebrating my 10th year of consulting, I continued to evolve my organization development practice. Throughout year, I coordinated the Los Angeles Funders’ Collaborative, which connected me to multiple leaders, organizations and collaboratives working towards healthy, sustainable and equitable places. In … Continue reading
I’m pleased to share key findings from my masters thesis on managing collaborative change in the OD Practitioner, a peer-reviewed quarterly journal of the OD Network. My article looks at manager influence at six Southern California collaboratives, which is a role I’m now serving … Continue reading
Late last year, I started coordinating the Los Angeles Funders’ Collaborative, which aims to harness the changes being catalyzed by landmark transportation and environmental policies to create equitable, healthy, sustainable communities in Los Angeles County. I’m thrilled to put my learning from … Continue reading
When Pedal Love asked me if I wanted to be interviewed for their Mindfulness + Bike podcast, I said sure! I’m happy to share the podcast link with you (scroll down to Bike Talk 3/7/15). I reflect mindfulness while riding, share … Continue reading
In 2014, my 9th year of consulting, I’m pleased to report I served 31 clients (11 returning organizations or collaborations & 20 new ones…see below for details). To date, I have now served 133 clients! In 2014, I facilitated 42 retreats or meetings and led 6 trainings attended by over 235 people.
Having served as the founding Executive Director for the LA County Bicycle Coalition, I’m passionate about making sustainable and equitable transportation a reality in Southern California. I’m happy to have played a role in the growing bicycling movement and continue to ride … Continue reading
Earlier, I wrote about my research interest in collaborative change initiatives in Southern California, which builds upon my existing consulting practice of serving collaboratives. I’m pleased to share with you experts from my masters thesis, which is something I worked … Continue reading