Faculty Profiles

James Hazy

Professor
Management

Hagedorn Hall of Enterprise Room 306
516.877.4425
516.877.4607
HAZY@ADELPHI.EDU
http://​www.​leadershipscience.​net

General Information

Diplomas/Degrees

Diplomas/Degrees

Ed.D., The George Washington University (2005)

MBA, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania (1988)

BS, Haverford College (1978)

Professional Experience

Professional Experience

Leadership Science, LLC  2004 - Present

Founder & CEO

Management Consulting in human resource development (HRD) - Clients include Ericsson, ABB Group, Daiichi-Sankyo Pharmaceuticals, Midi Corporation and Mellon Financial Corporation.        

North Rim Capital Advisors, LLC 2001 - 2004

Founder & Managing Director

Management Consulting in M&A and financial management - Clients included American Electric Power (AEP) and Eastman Chemical Company.

Ernst & Young LLP - Intellinex, LLC  2000 - 2001

Executive Vice President (EVP) of Operations and CFO

Responsible for business operations including finance, HR, operations, administration and business development.

AT&T Corp.  1978 - 2000    

1997-2000       Financial Vice President

Responsible for corporate Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) function for AT&T’s worldwide operations.

Director, Mergers and Acquisitions

   Planned, negotiated and implemented over 40 deals valued from a few million dollars to over $11B.

CFO, Custom Electronics Systems (CES) an AT&T Business Unit

   Responsible for financial and business development activities.

Senior Investment Manager, AT&T Ventures

   Sourcing and investing in start-up and early stage companies

Various titles at AT&T. Responsibilities included: cost management, business development, M&A, IT architecture, systems  development, business analysis, project management, and data center operations management.

Personal Statement

Personal Statement

In over 25 years in business with companies like AT&T and Ernst & Young I have become convinced that the greatest value in organizations is created by working effectively through people. I entered academics to pursue research on how leadership creates value for stakeholders and to help students appreciate the importance of the human aspects of business value creation.

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