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Transferring Knowledge to Transform Government

Ron Bohlin

Ron Bohlin | Senior Fellow


Ron Bohlin is CEO and a Senior Fellow with The Performance Institute, supporting PI’s work with both government and commercial clients in strategic planning, performance management solutions, program planning and implementation management solutions, and continuous learning and improvement programs.

Ron brings over thirty-five years of consulting and entrepreneurial success to his work with PI’s clients. He has been an innovator in using scenario planning, strategic management systems and the use of knowledge-sharing performance support systems to improve performance in a wide range of organizations. Ron began his consulting career with McKinsey & Company, where he became a partner and worldwide practice area leader for the computer industry in the 1980’s. Following that he led a series of technology-focused organizations as SVP of Strategic Services for Digital Equipment Corp, SVP of Practice Development and Marketing for Renaissance Solutions (a leader in Balanced Scorecard and Performance Innovation), and Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Nextera Enterprises. The latter two organizations completed successful IPOs during Ron’s tenure. For the last 15 years he has worked with a range of smaller organizations on core strategy issues, performance improvement initiatives and M&A transactions.

Ron has served as a member of the Board of Directors for two venture capital-backed organizations and a boutique private equity firm prior to acquiring Robbins-Gioia Inc in 2012. In addition he has led research initiatives as a Research Fellow with Business Intelligence PLC, Boston University, and The Conference Board. Ron has also taught Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Marketing within The University System of New Hampshire, his home state.

Ron has a Bachelor of Science degree in Management from WPI, and an MBA from Harvard Business School.