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Michael S. Doré specializes in strategic planning and management, process improvement, quality management, and marketing. He holds an MBA in Management from the University of Maryland.

Mr. Doré is president of MSD Resources.  He was formerly a senior consultant with the IBM Consulting Group and was manager of quality for the $3 billion, 17-country IBM Latin America business unit.

He also held other key domestic and international management positions at IBM in marketing, finance, planning, and business practices.

Mr. Doré has consulted with clients in the pharmaceutical, oil, health, banking, financial, manufacturing, computer, energy, investment, nuclear, protein, beverage, and not-for-profit industries.  He has worked extensively with non-profits in the Austin, Texas area, developing business and strategic plans.  He has led seminars and managed projects or training for more than 2000 executives and professionals in strategic planning, process management, quality management, marketing, and transformational leadership.

He has consulted and taught for five years for the American Management Association nationwide and globally.

He teaches courses in Strategic Planning and Quality for the National Graduate School.  He presents monthly for Austin Community College's Center for Community-Based and Nonprofit Organizations, and leads seminars for the University of Texas Professional Development Center.

He has managed a market-driven business process re-engineering project at the American Bible Society and has taught business process re-engineering to a major division at Coca-Cola.  He developed and taught courses to a major Wall Street bank in strategic planning, process management, quality management, and marketing.  He led major go-to-market efforts for IBM Latin America as a consultant, and facilitated hundreds of customer workshops for the Texas Utilities Corporation (TXU).

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