Known as a “Business-Side Business Architect”, Paul Arthur Bodine helps leaders sift through their weekly priorities, make sense of complex, evolving situations, spreadsheet alternatives, and form plans of action for both pressing matters and longer range initiatives. His services are best suited for decision-makers of distressed organizations and organizations experiencing major shifts in their marketplace. He brings an architect’s skillset and MBA’s toolkit.
His clients include the University of Chicago, United Airlines, Karen Zupko & Associates, Junior League of Chicago and the Hard Rock Hotel Chicago. His skills apply to corporations, associations, not-for-profits and governmental agencies.
Paul is one of the founders of the Business Architecture discipline. He created DePaul University’s Business Architecture Program within its highly ranked MBA program in 2001, the first in the world, and co-founded the Business Architects Association®. Paul’s business-side architect’s approach to designing winning companies is the basis of the Chicago School of Business Architecture®.
Paul is a licensed building architect, Kellogg MBA, two-time international entrepreneur and Fortune 400 veteran of the dot-com era.
Paul volunteers with the Bright Promises Foundation, the Chicago Cultural Mile Association and the Northwestern University Library.
Specialties: Strategy Development, Synthesis of Highly Complex Business Problems, Visioning, Business Transformation, Business Architecture & Implementation Management, Communication, Facilitation, Coaching