The biggest challenge businesses are facing today is the question of how to adapt to our new economy and thrive in an age of fast-paced emerging technology without losing the human being in the mix.
In the information age, your business could thrive on data intelligence and analytical thinking for strategic decision making. We have now entered the conceptual age where soon machines will beat humans at these knowledge-based cognitive tasks.
My mission at MindEQuity is to help forward-thinking organizations cultivate uniquely human 21st-century competencies like empathy, collaborative learning, intuition and creativity. In my approach I apply new conceptual age methods, including MIT’s Theory U, in combination with 25+ years of information age experience gained in “Big 4” professional services firms – PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ernst & Young.
About Michelle N. Moore
Michelle N. Moore is the founder of MindEQuity Inc., an advisory practice that helps forward-thinking companies build high potential workplaces of the future. Michelle sees a future where teams embrace purpose, empathy, inclusion, wisdom, collaboration and balance to build workplaces of the future that enable humanity’s highest potential.
As a former PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and Ernst & Young (EY) equity partner leading technology, risk and change teams in four countries, Michelle recognized that most technology-driven projects do not deliver the true potential of the organizations they are designed to serve.
An imbalanced emphasis on technological functionality, data, and analysis often leads to leadership blind spots related to the highest potential of the challenge they are working on. Such blind spots affect the performance and potential of the teams who develop and implement the new technology and ultimately influence how well the technology is adopted by the end user. And these blind spots have even more far-reaching effects on how the emerging technology affects the most vulnerable stakeholders.
As automation drives our transition from an information economy to a conceptual economy, the survival and prosperity of a business depends on human capabilities that technology cannot replace while at the same time effectively embracing emerging technology.
Drawing on two decades of experience leading technology-driven change projects, Michelle helps forward-thinking technology organizations develop trust by implementing trust building blocks for humane, responsible, and inclusive tech.
Founder Experience :: Michelle N. Moore
|Management Consulting||Social Purpose||Technology & Innovation|
|– 25-years of management & transformation consulting|
– Equity partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers through 2009
– Equity partner at Ernst & Young through 2004
– two consulting practices launched to help technology, manufacturing and energy clients transition from command to market economy
|– MindEQuity is a social purpose business|
– Managing director at GrantBook Inc. (2016-18), a BCorp in Toronto, Canada, providing philanthropy advisory powered by technology
– Director at World View Adoption Association, Toronto
|– New Product Development Professional (NPDP) certification|
– Canadian Practice Leader as VP with Stage-Gate International (2015-16)
– Technology & Security Risk Practice Leader & Partner, Ernst & Young, Moscow
– SAP certified, Finance & Controls module, PwC, Moscow
|Presencing (Presence + Sensing)||Governance & Boards||2019 Active Board Roles|
|– Advanced Social Presencing practitioner, Cohort 4, MIT’s Presencing Institute (2018)|
– 750-hour certified yoga instructor (2014)
– MBSR training, Mindfulness Centre, Oakville, Ontario (2016)
|– Governance, Risk & Compliance Practice Leader & Partner, PwC Eastern Europe BV|
– Board PwC Advisor, Tatneft Oil Company
– Board PwC Advisor, TNK-BP Oil Company
– Independent Director’s Association, Moscow
– Board Member, The Hammerband, Toronto
– Board Member, CERBA, Canada Eurasia Russia Business Association, Toronto
|– GrantBook Inc. in Toronto, Canada|
– amazing.community in New York, NY
– PAMA, Peel Art Museum & Archives, Ontario