Dr. Ed Schein
Ed Schein is the Sloan Fellows Professor of Management Emeritus at the MIT Sloan School of Management. He received his PhD in Social Psychology from Harvard in 1952, worked at the Walter Reed Institute of Research for four years and then joined MIT where he taught until 2005. He has published extensively in Organizational Psychology, 3d Ed. (1980), Process Consultation Revisited (1999), career dynamics (Career Anchors, 3d ed., 2006), organizational culture texts (Organizational Culture and Leadership, 4th Ed., 2010; The Corporate Culture Survival Guide, 2d Ed., 2009), and analyses of Singapore's economic miracle (Strategic Pragmatism, 1996), and Digital Equipment Corp.'s rise and fall (DEC is Dead; Long Live DEC, 2003). He continues to consult and recently has published two books on the general theory and practice of giving and receiving help ( Helping, 2009; Humble Inquiry, 2013). He has achieved many awards.