Scott Lochridge is a founding partner of Dragonfly Organization Resource Group.
As a successful operating executive and strategic advisor to both multinational corporations and entrepreneurial ventures, Scott has over twenty years experience working with CEO's and Executive Teams to create dynamic strategies for growth, achieve sustainable operating and financial performance, build highly effective organizations, and lead major change initiatives. In his previous role as a Partner at Peppers & Rogers Group, Scott worked with clients to ensure they have created actionable customer strategies, have developed pragmatic operating plans, and can quickly realize the potential of their customer base, their brand, their organization, and their infrastructure.
Prior to joining Peppers & Rogers Group, Scott was the Managing Director at the Cambridge Strategic Management Group, a consulting firm serving the telecommunication industry. In this position, he engineered and led a successful business turnaround achieving a return to robust profitability and revenue growth.
Before joining CSMG, he created the Strategic Solutions group at DiaLogos, Inc., a Boston-based management consulting firm specializing in customer relationship management. Prior to joining DiaLogos, Scott was the Managing Partner at Lochridge & Company, a premier strategy-consulting firm that helps companies achieve their strategic objectives for growth and profitability.
With experience working for clients in North America, Europe, and the Pacific Rim, his industry involvement includes Automotive, Financial Services, Retail, Telecommunications, High Technology, Consumer Products, as well as a range of Commercial and Industrial Products and Services. Some of his clients included Ford Motor Company, the Vanguard Group of Investments, Citicorp, American Honda, USWest (now Qwest), Staples, Bank of America, Toys R Us, Blockbuster, Verizon, Reliant Energy, Schering-Plough, Bay Networks (now Nortel), and Alcan.
Scott was also a Manager at the Boston Consulting Group where he worked in the Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco offices. He has served as Manager of New Business Development at a Silicon Valley technology start-up and as Account Executive at Young & Rubicam Advertising.
Scott earned his MBA from Stanford Business School and his BA from Dartmouth College. He serves on the Board of Directors for Fairfax Publishing and the G.B.H. Macomber Company, the Board of Advisors for Playstages, and the Board of Trustees for the Arthritis Foundation Massachusetts Chapter.