E&W is a group of senior professionals based in San Francisco and Silicon Valley who help companies build their capabilities through organizational effectiveness and change management consulting. We have each worked with companies from a wide range of industries in the US and internationally for twenty years or more and bring to the practice a powerful combination of:
As a network of affiliated professionals, E&W
not only provides you with a complete range of organizational effectiveness
consulting services, we also offer a cost-effective solution by eliminating
the overhead involved in larger consulting firms and by enabling you to deploy
just the services you need to achieve your goals.
Anna Ewins, Ph.D.
Anna Ewins is co-founder of Ewins & Winby. For the past twenty years she has led the design and implementation of strategic organizational change and transformation initiatives. Her clients have included Chevron, British Petroleum, Blue Shield of California, California State Automobile Association, Allied Signal/Bendix, Sun Microsystems and Stanford University.
Prior to establishing her consulting practice Anna Ewins Company in 1988, she held several internal organizational and management development positions in the UK and US. She has served as an executive in Ernst & Young's healthcare practice and as a partner with Global Accelerator, an international consulting and investment firm supporting high technology start-ups. In 2005 she joined forces with Mary Winby to form Ewins& Winby.
Anna began her career as a research scientist in microbial genetics at the Lister Institute of Preventive Medicine in London. Turning her focus to human development, she joined the Polytechnic of Central London as a career counselor, then went on to The City University, London, when she began her management consulting practice. Career opportunities brought her to the Bay Area in 1982, where she has now established her home.
She has been an adjunct professor, most recently with JFK University and the California School of Professional Psychology, for Ph.D. and MBA courses on organizational behavior, culture change and transformation. She has also served as faculty for professional development courses such as Stanford University's Continuing Education program. Anna has been an editor for two professional journals and is a published author in the fields of organizational psychology and microbial genetics.
Anna Ewins formal education includes a Ph.D. in Psychology (Organizational) from Saybrook Institute, a Post Graduate Diploma in Career Counseling from Kent College, an M.Phil. in Microbial Genetics from London University, and a B.Sc. in Life Sciences from Aberdeen University.
Mary Morison Winby, Ph.D
Prior to joining forces with Anna Ewins in 2005, Mary worked at Hewlett Packard for 16 years as a trainer, coach, and change management consultant. During this time HP, experienced tremendous growth, accelerated most recently by the Compaq merger. The company extended its reach globally both in manufacturing and marketing. As part of this expansion, Mary played a critical role in the globalization and transformation of the Sales Organization moving it to a more customer-focused structure.
Mary’ worked with HP’s Professional Services organization to improve operational excellence. This involved an organizational redesign of the consulting deployment process from a centralized to a regional structure. For HR, she contributed to the development and delivery of competency models for strategic roles throughout the organization’s business units. She served as an executive coach for several years to ensure key leadership competencies were developed and reinforced. For IT, Mary helped redesign a key IT Lab from a product-centric to a more customer–centric organization. In the course of these change initiatives, Mary designed the change strategy and plans in collaboration with management teams, leveraged different methodologies to fit organization needs, enrolled executives as sponsors, managed implementation, and measured impact.
Before joining Hewlett Packard, Mary was Associate Director of several federally-funded research programs at Stanford University, which resulted in policy recommendations at the State level, and articles for refereed journals. She has worked at the Stanford Graduate School of Business with MBA students developing their interpersonal and leadership skills in one of the most popular elected courses. She is currently working at the GBS as a facilitator supporting a program called Women in Management.
Mary received her Masters and Ph.D. in Education from Stanford University, and a Masters in Organization Development from Pepperdine University. She was full time faculty at San Jose State University, where she taught graduate courses and supervised Masters students. While at HP, she was adjunct faculty at the University of San Francisco teaching organization behavior and organization development graduate courses.