Submit Info
Course Outlines
Firm Profile
Contact Us
e-mail me


Gomes and Company maintains active strategic partnerships and close business and professional associations with a number of for-profit and non-profit organizations:

  • CEO2 - a Chief Executive Consulting firm specializing in Executive Team Alignment and Rapid Organizational Transformation.
  • The Warren Company  - The Warren Company lead by Robert Porter Lynch specializes in helping companies create innovation where differing fields of specialization, organizations, or systems must come together to capitalize on the “Synergy of Compatible Differences” to enable Innovation to flourish. Most of their work occurs in situations that requires professional expertise in Collaborative Innovation, strategic alliances, business development, and supply chain management. 

  • Spirit Rising Foundation - Spirit Rising supports Native American children, families and elders with programs that alleviate the effects of poverty, build communities and promote economic development and cultural awareness.

  • Transitions Life Coaching - Offers life coaching services for individuals and professionals from all walks of life as a way to enhance satisfaction in life while accelerating the achievement of personal and professional goals.

  • Business Success Teams – Simon D’Arcy  -  Simon designs and delivers high impact, results-oriented training solutions for professional and corporate clients around the globe. As the founder and President of Business Success Teams, Simon developed the Success Teams Module – a cutting edge motivational process that combines coaching, teamwork, and accountability to increase individual and organizational productivity and effectiveness.

Combining the latest research in interpersonal communication skills, influence technology, and adult learning theory, Simon gives his clients the skills they need to produce extraordinary results. Over the past decade, Simon has consulted with thousands of employees, managers, and executives at hundreds of companies, including Rohm and Hass, HP, Sun MicroSystems, Network Equipment Technologies, United States Gypsum Corporation, Merrill Lynch Canada, and Gold’s Gym. In addition, Simon teaches business courses for Santa Barbara City College, and he is a frequent guest instructor for his alma mater, the University of California at Santa Barbara. 


Dr. Stephen Gomes is active with a number of universities and other institutions where he teaches or gives workshops on various topics including strategy, power partnering, business cooperation, conflict management, strategic alliances, organization development and change, localization and international business and fundamentals of start up business plans (See Workshops and Courses section for a complete list of workshops with thumbnail descriptions.  The universities and institutions he has worked with include:


·      Innovation, Creativity and Capital (IC2) at the University of Texas - IC2 Institute's vision is a quest for constructive forms of capitalism that will allow communities and nations to grow and prosper.  IC² Institute is an international, trans-disciplinary "Think and Do" tank devoted to solving unstructured problems to accelerate wealth & job creation and shared prosperity at home and abroad. As a research unit at The University of Texas at Austin, IC² is focused on knowledge exploration, dissemination, and application, across a broad range of academic and applied areas.

Dr. George Kozmetsky (1917-2003) founded the IC² Institute at The University of Texas at Austin in 1977 while he was Dean of the College of Business Administration and the Graduate School of Business. Kozmetsky, a lifelong educator, was a co-founder and former Executive Vice President of Teledyne, Inc., and was awarded the National Medal of Technology in 1993 as an acknowledgment of his decades of exceptional contributions as a mentor and champion of high technology entrepreneurs including Michael Dell, DELL Corporation, and Jim Truchard, National Instruments.



·        California State University at Northridge (CSUN) – College of Business and Economics (COBAE) - California State University, Northridge is a vibrant, diverse university community of nearly 33,000 students and more than 4,000 faculty and staff, sited on a 356-acre campus in the heart of Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley.


  •   Maastricht School of Management – Holland (MSM) - The mission of MSM is to contribute to the quantitative and qualitative improvement of worldwide management education, especially in emerging markets and countries in transition. Their staff, academic as well as administrative, are enthusiastic, professional and are able to operate on an international scale. Because of this and our network of high quality regional partners, MsM has established a unique worldwide reputation in the field of international management education.

·    Kuwait Maastricht School of Management – Kuwait - The Ministry of Higher Education in Kuwait approved in January 2003, the establishment of the Kuwait-Maastricht Business School (KMBS), to work in partnership with MSM to deliver Pre-MBA and MBA program in Kuwait. The KMBS started its new MBA and Pre-MBA programs on October 7, 2003. It was anticipated initially that there would be around 30 MBA students for intake 1, but in fact, the final number was 105, included twenty Pre-MBA participants. Ninety eight students have completed the first year of the MBA program, and we look forward to them all returning for year two. http://www.msm.nl/news/newsletter/newsletter0403/files0403/040308-kuwait-mbs.htm

·   The American Management Association – New York The American Management Association traces its origins back to 1913 with the founding of the National Association of Corporation Schools (later to become the National Association of Corporation Training). By 1922, this group had merged with the Industrial Relations Association of America (founded in 1918 as the National Association of Employment Managers), to form the National Personnel Association. In 1923, the group chose a new name, American Management Association, to better reflect its mission and goals.
In 1973, AMA consolidated five closely related national associations—all dedicated to management education—into one organization. With this consolidation, the Regents of the University of the State of New York granted recognition to AMA as an educational institution.  




Non-Profit Boards

  • the International Human Learning Resource Network (IHLRN)


|Welcome| |Mission| |Services| |Consulting| |Research| |Training| |Downloads| |Submit Info| |Course Outlines| |Firm Profile| |Contact Us| |Links|
Copyright 2003-2009, Stephen L. Gomes, PhD All rights reserved