FutureSense Welcomes Corinne Sinnigen as Principal
Helping Organizations Experience Success with Business Transformation,
Technical Implementation, Strategic Planning and Outsourcing Efforts
FutureSense, LLC is pleased to welcome Corinne Sinnigen as its principal effective December 1, 2016. Sinnigen’s company, ChangePac, LLC will combine with FutureSense, LLC as part of FutureSense’s mission to expand its expertise in change management and facilitation. Established in September of 2006, ChangePac, LLC collaborated with clients to build solutions that directly addressed business needs, supported the execution of solutions to achieve optimal business outcomes while embracing client culture, and worked to enable clients to realize the best results through partnership.
“We pride ourselves on being thoughtful, responsive, and authentic, and we have seen firsthand that Corinne Sinnigen lives and breathes our values, especially transformation, where we serve as agents to create positive change,” said Jim Finkelstein, president and CEO of FutureSense.
“As a solopreneur for the last ten years, it has always been a part of my plan to find just the right fit in a partnership. The opportunity to grow and partner with a talented team are what appealed to me most in joining Futuresense. I am really looking forward to brining my experiences and best practices to the firm, particularly in the area of change management, as a way to broaden and strengthen our capability and to support the firm in ongoing success,” says Sinnigen.
Margaret Walker Scavo, partner of FutureSense said, “Corinne will bring great depth to our already great team. Her philosophy of helping clients to be successful aligns with our philosophy, and her ability to help clients through all phases of change will help our clients immensely as they deal with the upcoming challenges of the future. I’m excited that she is a part of our team.”
“The addition of Sinnigen is significant as FutureSense grows and continues to be valued partners with their clients to build relationships with a thoughtful, responsive and authentic approach to business practices,” said Finkelstein.
About Corinne Sinnigen
Since 2000, Sinnigen has worked in the consulting field, with a strong focus on program and organizational change management strategies for clients in support of large scale business transformation and technical implementation initiatives. She has strong experience and capability in working and collaborating with clients to build strategies that address desired business outcomes. Corinne’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California, Irvine, and certification in Facilitation, Training Program Management, and Instructional Design. In addition to a consulting career, Corinne is an avid surfer who can be found venturing out into the waves along the Southern California coast. She also enjoys spending quality time with her husband and two grown children.
FutureSense, an EDG company for The Innovation Institute, provides integrated solutions to build and sustain human capacity and optimize organizational performance. FutureSense specializes in people, organization, and strategy, offering unique and comprehensive services to create solutions that make a difference. For more information, visit www.futuresense.com.
About The Innovation Institute
The Innovation Institute is an independent, for-profit LLC structured to cultivate innovative solutions to transform healthcare delivery. The Innovation Institute is owned by non-profit health systems. This collaborative taps into physicians, employees, and industry business partners to incubate and commercialize new medical products and ideas. Comprised of three distinct elements – an innovation lab, an investment fund, and a shared services group (Enterprise Development Group), The Institute strives to “do more, with less, for more people.” For more information, visit www.ii4change.com