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Nicholas Scalzo Nicholas Scalzo
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical Research and Leadership

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Department: Clinical Research and Leadership

Education

  • BA, St John's University, 1971
  • MBA, NY Inst of Tech, Main Cam, 1985
  • EdD, George Washington University, 2005

Biography

Dr. Nicholas (Nick) Scalzo’s dissertation research – Radical Organizational Change and Organizational Memory Systems – has helped scholars and organizations understand how to retain organizational memory and knowledge while navigating the seas of organizational change and provided a blueprint for organizational leaders to follow to successfully implement change initiatives.

Dr. Scalzo is the principal architect of OnTrack, a training and organizational development consulting firm helping organizations maximize their potential through human resource development. He is also currently an Adjunct professor in the Health Services program at George Washington University, an adjunct professor in the Graduate School of Management, Center for Labor and Industrial Relations, at New York Institute of Technology, an Adjunct professor at the University of Maryland University Center, and an Adjunct professor at Stony Brook University. His expertise is in human resources, managing change, organization memory, leadership development, team building, organizational training and development, and executive coaching.

His previous work experience was with JP Morgan, Dime Savings Bank, and National Securities Clearing Corporation, Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation (DTCC), and Stony Brook University (SBU), where he had progressively increased responsibilities in Training, Organizational Development, and Human Resources.

Further, Dr. Scalzo has won best paper award at the Conference on Corporate Communication in Wroxton, England in June 2005 and has recently published an article – Memory Loss? Corporate Knowledge and Radical Change (Journal of Business Strategy, Vol. 27, No. 4, 2006), based on his research.

Programs

  • Clinical Management and Leadership
  • Clinical Research Administration
  • Core Curriculum in Health Sciences
  • Health Care Quality

Industry Relationships and Collaborations

This faculty member (or a member of their immediate family) has reported a financial interest with the health care related companies listed below. These relations have been reported to the University and, when appropriate, management plans are in place to address potential conflicts.

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