Mark your calendars for the First Tuesday of every month. ACMP SoCal - San Diego will be hosting either a virtual happy hour or a webinar. Our first virtual happy hour will be May 5, 2020. We will orchestrate the event with small group breakouts to connect with local colleagues. The first person to sign up for the May 5th Virtual Happy Hour will get their preferred beverage sent to their home!
ACMP SoCal Los Angeles will be hosting a virtual happy hour the third Thursday of the month. We will have fun networking activities for everyone to engage in and provide an environment to enhance our LA community. Our first virtual happy hour will be May 21st, 2020.
ACMP SoCal - Orange County, invites you to join us and be a part of an engaging and free webinar on Wednesday, June 3, 2020! Lattes with Leaders is a fun and engaging conversation with expert change leaders from Orange County, featuring a panel discussion. Our experts will be sharing their experiences, tips, better practices, and addressing questions from the audience. This is an exciting opportunity to get insights that can be practically applied in your day-to-day work as a change professional, so make sure you join the conversation!
Mike brings over 35 years of consumer products management experience to Kalypso. As the Strategy & Operations practice lead, he focuses on leading development in the areas of sustainable organization capability, commercialization and innovation capability integration.
Prior to joining Kalypso, Mike enjoyed 29 years in a variety of assignments around the world with Procter & Gamble. He has broad experience in innovation management, sales, brand management, supply chain management, customer service and logistics in global and domestic markets. A highlight of his tenure with P&G was his six years in Latin America, where he became fluent in Spanish, an important enabler to
communicate with retail customers and P&G organizations across the region. He spent his last six years as the global initiative success COE leader, where he led the organization transformation effort to improve innovation capability to deliver 4-6% annual sales growth.
He has ME & BS Chemical Engineering degrees from RPI and an MBA from Farleigh Dickinson.
Before starting PerSynergy Consulting in 2013, Ed Tyson accumulated 20 years of leadership experience in a range of military, non-profit, private and publicly traded organizations. He joined the United States Marine Corps at the age of 17 and received a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Pennsylvania State University. After graduation, he attended Temple University while working as the director of education for a healthcare trade association, earning a Master of Education degree in adult organization development. During his professional career, he held executive positions in process improvement as well as strategy development and led functional areas ranging from spend management and corporate marketing. Since making the move to external consulting, his experience has been just as diverse, with clients across a variety of sectors such as energy, healthcare, medical devices, biotech, gaming and legal services.
A master facilitator, Tyson has worked hand-in-hand with boards, leadership teams and C-level leaders from around the country to assess and correct issues ranging from solvency to strategy. He is a tested executive coach and an individual, group and organizational development expert. He has led multi-million-dollar change initiatives impacting tens of thousands of employees, developed strategic plans for companies of all sizes and sophistication and completed scores of strategic reorganizations.
Knowledge and experience aside, Tyson attributes much of his success with teams to his ability to leverage empathy to see people-puzzles from multiple perspectives, think quickly but react calmly, and reframe even the toughest of discussions. He brings a unique blend of positive energy, calm intensity and humor to serious discussions which require rapid resolution.
Tyson lives in Southern California with his wife and the youngest of his two sons.