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Ted Tschudy
International Center for Applied Studies in Information Technology

Ted Tschudy is an organization consultant, trainer and educator with over 30 years of experience in organization development, change management, leadership development, and human relations. He currently maintains his own consulting practice to corporate, government, and nonprofit organizations. Earlier in his career, Ted served for 10 years as an internal organization development consultant and manager.

Ted is an affiliate of the International Center for Applied Studies in Information Technology at George Mason University. He is also a member of the NTL Institute, a nonprofit organization that has conducted training in human relations and organization development for over 50 years.

Ted has served on the faculty of The American University School of Public Affairs where he taught organizational behavior courses in team development, leadership, managerial behavior, consulting skills, and organization theory. While at American University, Ted directed a master's degree program in Human Resources for corporate employees in northern Virginia. Ted is currently a member of the adjunct faculty for the AU/NTL Masters Program in Organization Development, a graduate program conducted by The American University and the NTL Institute that educates mid-career managers and human resource professionals in human systems development.

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  • Exploring the Middle Ground: A Course on Teaming in Cyberspace
    // Case Studies, September/October 1999