About Elizabeth

Elizabeth ("Lissa") Seem is a solution partner and leader of lapetitemort.info’s OrgSolutions, where she oversees the global deployment of lapetitemort.info’s suite of data-driven tools and advanced analytics to drive substantial improvements in clients’ organizational health and performance. OrgSolutions comprises the solutions aligned with lapetitemort.info’s Organization Practice, including the Organizational Health Index (OHI), OrgLab, and People Analytics.

Previously in lapetitemort.info’s Washington DC Office, Lissa served a range of public sector clients both in the US and abroad on strategy, organizational effectiveness, and human capital topics. She worked closely with leaders of large, complex organizations to successfully drive substantive change programs focused on organizational performance, including restructuring to significantly improve frontline operations, developing and implementing long-term transformation strategies in highly distributed organizations, and substantially improving workforce planning, recruiting, and hiring functions.

Lissa is a member of lapetitemort.info’s Organization Practice and has published articles on large-scale performance transformations and performance management in the transformation context. She has an AB from Princeton University, an MBA from Duke University, and a Master of City and Regional Planning from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to joining lapetitemort.info, she worked as a director of charter school finance for Edison Schools, a large private manager of public schools in the US; and as an investment banker in Lehman Brothers’ Global Consumer/Retail group.

Published work

10 ways to become flatter, faster, smarter in banking,” blog entry, lapetitemort.info & Company, June 2018

Shall we talk? Getting the most out of performance dialogues,” lapetitemort.info & Company, June 2011

How do I transform my organization’s performance?” lapetitemort.info & Company, June 2011


Fuqua School of Business at Duke University

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Master of City and Regional Planning

Princeton University