Fiore Londino crossed paths with his original business partner when they both worked as senior executives for a highly successful technology start-up in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s. With over 50 years of combined organization development experience in a variety of industries, they decided to venture out on their own in the Spring of 2002, creating Pareto Consulting.
They chose the name Pareto, based on the Pareto principle, which most people know as the 80/20 rule. This principle reflects their consulting approach. Keep things simple. Don’t over-engineer solutions. Always focus on the 20% of decisions and actions that will produce 80% of the results.
Fiore is an organization development consultant with more than 30 years’ experience. His operational and executive management experience – including global management – combined with 13 years of consulting in a wide variety of industries enable him to partner with clients to develop practical solutions that achieve desired business results. Fiore’s expertise is in strategy planning and execution, executive coaching, and talent management. His interests outside of work have included chairing the board of a hospital system, chairing the board of an urban public high school, and serving on the boards of a faith-based outreach for the disadvantaged and as well as that of a local church. He also spends about one month per year in Africa where he coordinates efforts to provide water (physical and spiritual) to numerous cities and villages. What does Fiore find most rewarding about his Pareto work? Seeing organizations build cultures that focus on the vital few activities with the greatest payoff, avoid distractions, and hold themselves accountable to the organization and each other for results.
Rosanne joined Pareto Consulting in 2014 with more than 30 years’ experience in human resources and executive leadership positions. Her expertise is in human resources strategy and audits, communications, employee relations and compliance. She has also served as founding Executive Director of a non-profit and taught graduate level courses and executive education programs at Carnegie Mellon University. Her interests outside of work include Italian language and culture, travel (especially to Italy), yoga and reading. She is active in her church and serves on the Board of Directors of Holy Family Institute and Emeritus Board of Sisters Place, Inc. What does Rosanne find most rewarding about her Pareto work? Connecting sound planning with disciplined execution to reinforce organizational cultures and achieve results.