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Lynne Hambleton

Lynne Hambleton is a business consultant providing advisory and business implementation services, with special focus on operational process improvement and growth initiatives, commercialization, change management, interim general management, marketing, and business plan development. She has held management positions in a Fortune 100 company, the public sector, and start-ups, gaining experience in general management, marketing, operations, strategic planning, alliance development, and sales/channel management. She also has served as an adjunct professor of strategic planning at Rochester Institute of Technology’s School of Business.

Ms. Hambleton received a master’s degree in business administration with an emphasis in industrial marketing, a master’s degree in adult and higher education/organizational development, and a bachelor of science degree in psychophysiology, all from the University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill. Ms. Hambleton has been a PMIcertified Project Management Professional (PMP) since 1998.

Ms. Hambleton’s additional publications include the chapter “Supporting a Metamorphosis Through Communities of Practice” in Leading Knowledge Management and Learning by Dede Bonner (2000) and the article “How does a company the size of Xerox design a curriculum in project management for the entire organization?” in In Search of Excellence in Project Management, Volume 2 by Harold Kerzner (1999).

Ms. Hambleton lives in Rochester, NY with her husband, Bill, and their two sons, Corbin and Garrett.