Trillium developed a vendor performance initiative to increase sales and drive growth of a Midwest-based general merchandise and grocery retailer. With over 200 locations and $12 billion in annual sal... Continue »
Dr. Gina Davalos is the practice leader for Trillium’s Organization Change Management Services. She works alongside executives, leadership, and teams to support business transformation, innovation, and change. Dr. Davalos and her team provide consulting services focused on human capital strategies, organization design, leadership development, automation and technology adoption, change management, change management office, and project management.
Gina has over 25 years of experience working with multi-national companies, healthcare, nonprofits, and academia to drive growth and profitability in rapidly growing and fast-paced environments. She offers expertise in accelerating change by reshaping strategy, operations, technology, and workforce. Her industry experience includes: CPGs, retails, finance, aviation, telecommunications, education, healthcare, technology, nonprofit, and insurance.
Dr. Davalos earned a M.S. in MIS with a concentration in AI at DePaul University and a PhD in Organization Development and Change at St. Benedictine University. Gina combines her education, experience, and professional certifications in Prosci Change Management and Six Sigma Black Belt to offer a broad perspective, practical approach, and innovation.
“Change is not only likely, it’s inevitable.” - Barbara Sher
Trillium’s Client is a large public utility company having issues with customer relations. Specifically, when the client had outages, customers were informed about these outages via a non-secu... Continue »
Trillium’s client is a global law firm having issues servicing its internal staff. Rapid growth to 1500+ worldwide offices caused gaps in the organization’s ability to adequately service its... Continue »
Most healthcare organizations are drowning in data but are challenged to gain reliable, actionable insights from this information. It is in the form of physician notes, registration forms, disch... Continue »