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About Alan Bostakian, PhD

Alan Bostakian is a change management lead and a senior consultant. He has worked at the Government of Ontario (Canada), TD Bank (Canada), Real Estate Council of Ontario (Canada), Global Association of Corporate Universities (UK), CPHR BC (Canadian HR association), and 3 Canadian colleges. Alan has a PhD in Business Administration as well as a number of certificates including Certified Change Management Professional (CCMP), Data Science (MIT), Executive Data Science (Johns Hopkins University), Project Management Mastery (Stanford University), Leading Change in Organizations (MIT), Certified Training & Development Professional (CTDP), Certified Change Agent (CCA), and Registered Professional Trainer (RPT). Alan Bostakian: alanbostakian@gmail.com

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