Using the nickname Obie, Tim Oberschlake created the Major-League Obie Role-Based Projection System (MORPS) in 2010. MORPS was first published in 2012 and has been published each year thereafter.
Tim was a Chief Information Officer for 13 years - 8 years in healthcare and 5 years in higher education. After the last of his 5 kids went off to college, he decided to go back to his roots in consulting. He started his IT career at Andersen Consulting working with well-known companies such as Proctor and Gamble, The Timken Company and Blockbuster Entertainment. He also gathered extensive technology leadership experience in small, medium and large organizations across multiple industries. Recently, he worked with Nationwide Insurance defining, planning and leading an effort focused on improving institutional decision making for their fastest growing business unit.
Tim is currently working with Navigator Management Partners. Navigator uses lean teams with experienced professionals to solve real world problems for their clients. While actively helping clients with large data analytic projects, he is also helping grow Navigator's healthcare and higher education practice.
Tim was born and raised in Cincinnati Ohio. He is a veteran and graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point. He received a Master’s in Educational Leadership from Walsh University. Tim has been married to his wife Sheryl for 12 years. Their blended family includes five kids, five cats and two dogs.