Tom Oser is a senior executive at the largest plastic pipe manufacturer in the world, responsible for leading sales and distribution in domestic and international markets for three product line divisions. He has broad experience in cross-industry management consulting, and business roles in executive management and operational leadership in finance, sales, engineering, operations, capital formation, mergers and acquisition and corporate strategy. He has advised executives, managers and individual professionals from diverse organizations that range from Global Fortune 1000 clients to closely held private business operations to entrepreneurs in venture capital start-ups. He has served diverse in the areas of strategy, scenario planning, capital formation, operations and process improvement, IT Strategy and eCommerce. His client list includes: AT&T, Verizon, BellSouth, Nesbitt Burns, Abbott Laboratories, Mount Sinai/NYU Health Services, HBO, Time Inc., Microsoft China, ADP, INTTRA and J-M Manufacturing Company.
His passion is to apply his extensive experience and leadership in technology management to the professional development of business executives as they grapple with the accelerating impact of information technology on every aspect of business, and also to the broad range of technologists who aspire to develop into business leaders. His background includes operational and executive roles in the telecommunications industry and over a decade of Strategy, Management and Technology consulting across industry segments including banking and financial services, healthcare, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals media and entertainment, information technology, computing and communications.
Tom is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and is currently an adjunct faculty member in strategy at the University of Pennsylvania's Executive Masters in Technology Management, a program that was founded twenty years ago through a co-sponsorship between the Wharton School of Business and The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Penn. His leadership in technology management took hold when he founded the M.S. program in Telecommunications Management at Stevens Institute of Technology, which became a core foundation program at the Howe School of Management at Stevens, which has expanded to delivery in China .
He has an MBA in finance and strategy from The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. He also earned a Ph.D. in Computer and information Engineering and a Bachelor of Engineering at Stevens in Hoboken, NJ; and an M.S. in Telecommunications at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX.