Sheila Q. Cox is Director of Cutter Consortium's Change Management practice (a subpractice of Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies) and a member of Arthur D. Little's AMP open consulting network. She guides leadership teams as they transform themselves and their organizations to achieve and sustain new levels of performance. Ms. Cox is a systems thinker with deep expertise in IT systems and organizational, cultural, and behavioral change. Her consulting approach begins with a common vision and goals that capture the imagination and mobilize the spirit. These goals are realized through integrated plans with achievable milestones that simultaneously transform organizations and processes. Ms. Cox is an experienced facilitator of executive teams. She is highly valued for her expertise in guiding organizational change that crosses functional, national, and cultural boundaries. She combines a strong focus on business objectives with a light hand in facilitating executive teams.
Ms. Cox has over 30 years' business experience in management consulting, leadership training, and executive coaching. She is the founder of Performance Horizons. Previously, Ms. Cox was a Senior Manager at Nolan, Norton & Co., an IT firm of KPMG Peat Marwick (now Bearing Point), where she assisted Fortune
500 executives in developing and implementing strategies for performance improvement. Ms. Cox's work there included business process reengineering and organizational change management. She has also chaired two Vistage CEO peer advisory boards in the greater Baltimore area. Ms. Cox’s international consulting clients include Asian Development Bank, Pan American Health Organization, UNJSPF, UNICC, US House of Representatives, US State of Michigan, United Way, American Red Cross, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche Financial Services, Hewlett-Packard, Barclays Bank, and Dairy Farmers of America. She can be reached at email@example.com