Organizational Development and Management Consulting

FlowchartThe Hatamiya Group serves as a high level advisor to corporate, government and non-profit leaders who need to respond to:

  • new regulations
  • new laws
  • reform
  • changing customer needs
  • government oversight
  • need for performance improvement
  • need for process redesign
  • changes in funding
  • change in strategic direction
  • development of a strategic plan

We provide broad experience and are flexible to respond quickly to our clients needs.

Our Organizational Development and Management Consulting Experience
Lon served on the SunTherm Energy, Inc. Board of Directors as the Vice Chairman.  He also previously served on the Board of the Directors for the Environmental Power Corporation, an alternative energy, renewable biogas company, where he was also the Chair of the Compensation Committee, and a member of the Audit Committee.  In addition, he currently serves on the Advisory Boards of US Bank and the Central Valley Fund.

Hatamiya’s experiences as founder and President of BHP Associates, Inc., an international management consulting firm, his law practice with the international firm of Orrick, Herrington and Sutcliffe, and positions at both The Procter and Gamble Company in Cincinnati, Ohio, and The Sony Corporation in Tokyo, Japan, inform his expert analysis.

As an academic, Lon previously served as Executive-in-Residence and Adjunct Professor at the UC Davis Graduate School of Management, where he taught a course on organizational change.  He was also selected as a Senior Fellow at the UCLA School of Public Policy.  He currently serves as a lecturer at the International Masters in Law Program at the UC Davis School of Law, and as a Senior Fellow at the University of Denver International Career Advancement Program.  He has been a visiting lecturer at Harvard University, Stanford University, UCLA, USC, UC San Diego, Golden Gate University, San Diego State, San Francisco State, CSU Chico, CSU Sacramento, and Cal Poly Pomona.

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