George Roth


George Roth


George Roth is a research associate at MIT’s Sloan School of Management and visiting Professor of Management at the Paul College of the University of New Hampshire. His current research examines and develops initiatives that align improvements across multiple organizations, prioritizing changes in products and services within a specific value stream over local organizational factors. This current focus builds upon his ongoing research in organizational leadership, learning, change and culture. George has a Ph.D. in Organizational Studies, an MBA in marketing and finance, and BS in Mechanical Engineering. He is a founding member of the Society for Organizational Learning. His hobbies include most anything that is active and gets him outdoors – sailing, running, bicycling, and skiing.


Saco, Maine USA

What draws you to the STIA conference?

The opportunity to reconnect with colleagues and talk about new work

What are you hoping to experience?

A fun time connecting with people and talking about their efforts, and sharing some of my work and discoveries around learning and change in orgnaizations.

What are you most passionate about?

Having fun and learning, as part of a path to making better organizations and improving people's working lives.

How do you see transformation occurring from this conference?

By people having the opportunities to listen and learn.

What’s your bigger vision?

A new beginning of a robust organizational learning community that is more inclusive and engages with other professional groups in improving people's organizational lives.

What needs to happen for you to evaluate this STIA+ experience as a success?

Good experience at the conference and with the people attending.