Key MIP Personnel

Sandra Tice

Sandra Kay Tice, cognitive scientist, is the CEO of MIP Corporation.  She developed MIP’s Proprietary Processes for “Cloning” expert decision-making expertise.  She also designed and directed development of MIP’s Intellectual Capital Repository® (ICR).  This enables organizations to expand expertise throughout the enterprise, realize the expected big data analytics ROI, stop the brain drain as boomers retire, bring millennials quickly up-to-speed and enable innovation to happen everywhere.  Ms. Tice has “cloned” expertise of CEOs, CFOs, physicians, strategic planners, K-12 teachers, economists, managers, marketers, sales representatives, engineers and systems managers in a number of different industries. 

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Richard Stuckey

Richard J. Stuckey, MBA, is a Partner with MIP Corporation.  Mr. Stuckey has been working with MIP for a number of years and he is an expert in Proprietary Processes for “Cloning” Expertise and big data (knowledge management systems.)  He has used MIP’s Proprietary Processes to “clone” physician expertise and worked with the University of Illinois at Chicago, Department of Medical Education, which specializes in the study of decision-making.  Rick is a retired Accenture partner.

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Scott Lauder

Scott Lauder, Ph.D., is an MIP Associate.  Dr. Lauder has spent his career in the pharmaceutical industry in various marketing and marketing research capacities.  He has worked with marketing professionals in Europe, Asia and the Americas on marketing techniques such as the use of data analytics that are designed to improve top-line performance and staff excellence.  He is currently consulting with MIP Corporation to help “clone” expertise in marketing and sales departments.

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Art Paton

 

Arthur Paton, Ph.D., is an MIP Advisor.  Dr. Paton is currently the visionary leader for learning and innovation, social media and mobile at Baxter Healthcare.  He has been improving human performance for over 30 years in technology, non-profit and startup companies.  Dr. Paton was one of the founders of Motorola University and directed the Motorola Knowledge Community Resource Office.  While at Motorola, he pioneered the use of MIP’s Intellectual Capital Repository® for “cloning” the expertise of engineers. 

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