Cassie A. Solomon


Cassie founded The New Group in 1997, to create, a firm dedicated to helping leaders design and implement successful change. Her book, Leading Successful Change: 8 Keys to Making Change Work, co-authored with Greg Shea, was published in February 2013 by Wharton Digital Press.

Cassie's assignments focus on organizational design, workforce transformation and the introduction of new technology. As a consultant, she helps leaders accelerate specific change initiatives.. Senior leaders and their teams need the ability to work across organizational boundaries in order to be successful. Cassie works with her global clients to enhance accountability and improve decision making practices, facilitating complex stakeholder negotiations between divisions, departments and functions.

Cassie is an internationally recognized expert on the RACI project management tool, and has improved the performance of cross-functional teams world-wide.

She is currently working on a book called "The Augmented Provider" about the impact of artificial intelligence on the delivery of health care.

From 1991-2007, Cassie was a senior consultant at CFAR, a Philadelphia-based consulting firm which was spun out of the Wharton School in 1987.

Cassie has been teaching change management and leading successful change to executives at The Wharton School's Aresty Institute since 1993. Cassie holds an undergraduate degree from Yale University in Organizational Behavior and an MBA from The Wharton School of Business in Operations Management.

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