This is the home site for Norman M. Davis, Ph.D.,
organizational consultant and assistant professor, Business and
Economics, Albertus Magnus College in New Haven, Connecticut.
The Black Quarterback Syndrome Occupies The White House
Marlin Briscoe, the first starting black quarterback in American
professional football and the inspirational character for my book,
The Black Quarterback Syndrome: How to Succeed as a First
Pioneer in an Organization, will be at the White House along
the other undefeated 1972 Miami Dolphins on Tuesday August 20th.
Watch for it on the National TV news.
I am a management professor with a strong interest and
experience in managing and valuing diversity in organizations.
To learn more please watch this one minute video from posted
October 10 to the New Haven Register web site
My interest has developed after working in several large and
successful corporations in the Northeast the past 25 years.
Through this experience I have observed how important valuing,
managing and understanding diversity can be toward the success
of an organization and its employees.
- My personal mission is to - Improve how America
works: one relationship, one team and one organization at a time.
One of the ways I support my mission is through this web site which will provide a variety of
information on diversity in organizations and eventually be a site from which to collect research
and research ideas pertaining to diversity.