Professor of Practice in Strategy
Area of Expertise:
Business/Corporate Strategy, Management Development, Managerial Assessment, Operations Strategy, Business/Corporate Strategy, Management Strategy, Organizational Design, Organizational Strategy
Building Strategic Competence in Individuals and Organizations, Generating and Evaluating Growth Options, Strategy Development, Innovation Architecture, Designing Effective Learning Programs, Stimulating Profitable Growth, Implementing Dynamic Strategies, and Linking Learning to Results
- Scholarship and Research Award for Doctoral Dissertation, IMVP, MIT, 1996
- AOM Doctoral Consortium in Operations Management, Academy of Management, 1995
- AOM Doctoral Consortium in Business Policy and Strategy, Academy of Management, 1994
- Doctoral Fellowship, Department of Marketing and Policy Studies, Case Western Reserve University, 1992
Hiking, Tennis, Skiing, Reading
Professor Gorman joined the Olin Business School in 2020. Her PhD is in Economics and Strategy, augmenting her Masters work in Strategy and distinctive Undergraduate work in Mathematical Modeling. Since 1993 she has also been affiliated with Corporate and Executive Education Programs as a Faculty and Program Lead. She has worked with Executive Education Programs across the country, including Columbia University, the Wharton Business School, Duke Business School and the London Business School.
Before joining Olin, Trish held Consulting positions including Director of Global Strategy Learning at McKinsey & Company and Director of Growth Thought Leadership for Deloitte, North America. Her executive learning and consulting engagements have impacted nearly 80 of the Fortune 100 companies. She was instrumental in the launch of the Jack Welch Management Institute and briefly served as its Dean prior to its sale to Strayer University. Her business faculty positions include Columbia University, the Wharton School, University of Utah, Ohio State University, and Stevens Institute of Technology.
Phone: (314) 935-6307
PhD 1999, Case Western Reserve University, Weatherhead School of Business
MBA 1988, University of California, Los Angeles, Anderson School of Business
BA 1983, Northwestern University