Harry Hutson, is a leadership and organization consultant whose practice focuses on the human side of strategic change. He designs and leads system-wide planning events, results-focused workshops and team-building exercises. In addition, he provides individual coaching for executives. He performed in senior human resources roles for more than twenty years at three multinational corporations–Cummins Engine, Avery Dennison, and Global Knowledge Network. A former secondary school teacher in Moorestown, NJ, High School, his doctoral research explored relationships between the views of influential people in a local community and what was being taught in the public schools. He has served for many years on the Board of Directors of the New England Center for Children, a school for autism and other disabilities, where he is the Vice-Chairman. His publications include articles on teambuilding methods, continuing education, community building, readiness for change, and the relevance of hope for organizational renewal. He has presented workshops at professional meetings sponsored by organizations such as Training Magazine, Organizational Development Network, New England Human Resources Association, Learning Conference (UK and US), Association for Quality and Participation, and Pegasus/Systems Thinking.