Robert Solomon is a pioneer and
leader in creating and applying new technology-based thinking methodologies to enable
CEOs and their organizations to innovate, make breakthroughs, overcome
barriers to growth, and increase profits.
He has conducted sell-out
Executive Briefings internationally to thousands of
CXOs in hundreds of
invited, sponsored, and custom in-house programs on the business payoffs
of new strategies and technologies. He has produced a ten hour Video
Series with MIT, was the Chief Moderator for the Harvard Business
Graphics Conference, and is authoring a new book: "Beyond Babel
- Solving Impossible Problems".
As CEO of TRILLENNIUM
Corporation, Dr. Solomon draws on his wide, varied experience from
over 600 consulting programs to advise senior executives from Fortune
500 to medium size companies.
|| He has led the TRILLENNIUM team in
helping companies solve complex
problems, develop strategies for sustainable growth, deal with
competitive threats, meet financial
challenges, evaluate and manage acquisitions, expedite transitions into
new technologies, identify new markets, and innovate new products and
He and his staff have acted as a composite "virtual
major companies for over fifty client-years. He has worked
closely with key executives in planning and implementing
multi-disciplinary, cross-functional programs to innovate new
products and applications, increase market share, catalyze change,
increase profit, and reduce time to market.
Since 1997, Dr. Solomon has focused on developing the
Process - a powerful proprietary, technology-based approaches
to improve collaborative thinking,
and empower clients to augment and amplify their
intelligence assets to solve complex problems.
pioneered the early
utilization of many cutting-edge technologies in a wide range of
industrial, commercial, and consumer products such as: laser printers,
LCD projectors, video conferencing, smart buildings, adaptive process
control systems, medical instrumentation, imaging
systems, robotics and mechatronics, and Augmented Intelligence products
such as the Concept Processorô.
His non-profit work has covered
challenging diverse complex areas such as: state government, transforming
our educational system, new approaches to cancer research, and
preventing nuclear disaster.
Dr. Solomon received his Doctor of Philosophy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He served on the faculty at
Worcester Polytechnic Institute where he was director of the Computer Architecture
Laboratory and also headed the Color Research Team at the MIT Media Lab.