Dr. David Zatz: organizational psychologist, writer, Allpar founder, change agent

David Zatz is a writer, organizational development consultant, and automotive/organizational historian. LinkedIn bio

David Zatz

After gaining a PhD in social and organizational psychology and working for two consulting firms and a university, he started his own firm, Toolpack Consulting. He has worked with numerous corporations in diverse industries, government agencies from the City of New York to the Navy, universities, and nonprofits.

David Zatz was a freelance writer as well, publishing business pieces in trade magazines in the 1980s and 1990s. He started Allpar.com, which became the biggest and most popular Chrysler-oriented web site, in 1994 (the name Allpar.com came in 1998). David also founded the rec.autos.makers.chrysler newsgroup, including the Chrysler FAQ which continues to be served by MIT.

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While pursuing a doctorate in organizational psychology, David also did dissertation editing and research consultations, and started Teachers College’s first known student newspaper. His non-automotive work has appeared in Quality Digest, HRMagazine, and Administrator, trade publications (such as Health Foods Business and Print & Graphics), and books (including the Encyclopedia of Management and the Business Strategy Book of Readings). He has appeared at conferences sponsored by the Performance Institute, Quality New Jersey, The Conference Board, and the Association for Quality and Participation, now part of the American Society for Quality. He is also currently the publisher of MacStats, a clearinghouse of Mac statistical software.

David has two children, and is married to Dr. Katherine Zatz. His first book is Mopar Minivans, and two more books are slated to be available from publishers in the US and UK around May 2020.

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David Zatz is a writer, organizational development consultant, editor, photographer, and automotive/organizational historian.