Pam Dodd has been a speaker, writer, and consultant on the dynamics of work groups for 25 years. She has consulted to clients in energy, healthcare, manufacturing, professional services, and Internet marketing, and also worked for seven years in global diversity and leadership development at Electronic Data Systems. Pam was an award-winning writer and Learning Organization Field Editor for Performance in Practice, a newsletter of the American Society for Training and Development. She also edited the booklet Pushing the Boundaries: Learning Organization Lessons from the Field.
Along with Doug Sundheim, Pam co-authored The 25 Best Time Management Tools and Techniques, which continues to be a bestseller on Amazon and other online book venues. The book has also been published under foreign rights contracts in seven countries, including by Macmillian India Ltd., (in English) and by J. K. Wiley-UK for the British Commonwealth except Canada.
Pam has a B.A. in personnel administration from the University of Pennsylvania, a Masters degree in social work from Marywood University, and a Ph.D. in organizational psychology and social work from the University of Michigan. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, the Association for Psychological Science, and the American Sociological Association.