Log In

W. M. Greenfield Edit Profile

educator , management consultant

W. M. Greenfield, American Management consultant, educator. Member of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (vice president publications 1991-1993, program chairperson conference independent entrepreneurship division 1995, division vice president 1995-1996), Academy Management, Stamford Chamber of Commerce (Business Resource Council Volunteer of Year 1994).

Background

Greenfield, W. M. was born on February 15, 1944 in New York City. Daughter of Tobin and Beatrice (Goldstein) Greenfield.

Education

Bachelor with honors in History cum laude, Brandeis University, 1965. Master of Business Administration, Harvard University, 1977.

Career

Manager international department, international editor electronic data processing Industry Report,, International Data Corporation, Newton, Massachusetts, l965-69;assistant research director, Harbridge House, Inc., Boston, l969-72;manager information and development, Blue Shield Massachusetts, Inc., Boston, l972-75;president, founder, W. M Greenfield Associations, Boston, l975-. Adjunct assistant professor management policy Boston University School Management, 1977-1984, 88-.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (with D. Curtin) Cash Flow Management, l985. Accounting, l986, Calculated Risk: A Guide to Entrepreneurship, l986, second edition public as Developing New Ventures, l989, Successful Management Consulting: Building a Practice with Smaller Company Clients, l987, Solve Your OWN Business Problems: Staying Sane while Staying Solvent, l988. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (vice president publications 1991-1993, program chairperson conference independent entrepreneurship division 1995, division vice president 1995-1996), Academy Management, Stamford Chamber of Commerce (Business Resource Council Volunteer of Year 1994).

Connections

father:
Tobin Greenfield

mother:
Beatrice (Goldstein) Greenfield