Dr. Matthew L. Miller is The Developmental Edge’s Director of Corporate Insights. Miller specializes in using information to fuel decisions and professional development. Miller was the design leader and co-creator of TDE’s Growth Culture Indicator® (TDE’s DDO Assessment®).
Miller is a lecturer at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, where he is the faculty chair of the Institute for Management and Leadership in Education, Associate Dean for Learning and Teaching, and Special Adviser to the Dean for Academic Initiatives at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Miller teaches a field-based course on evidence-based improvement processes and co-chairs an innovative core course on the application of developmental psychology and the learning sciences to education and the workplace.
Miller founded Harvard’s Teaching and Learning Lab, which is dedicated to effective and innovative professional education. His work has garnered funding from and been supported by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, among others.
Miller received his doctorate in education from Harvard, where he was awarded a Spencer Training Grant Fellowship. For his doctoral work, Miller conducted field-based research on interdisciplinary teaching and learning in higher education and K-12 settings. Miller earned his master’s in education in Administration, Planning, and Social Policy, also from Harvard, and his bachelor’s in English from Yale University.
For The Developmental Edge… A designer and analyst dedicated to actionable insight, Miller worked with TDE CEO Andy Fleming to design the original Growth Culture Indicator®. Today, he customizes the GCI to individual corporate clients and teams, and shares insights from Developmental Data with TDE’s clients.
Industry Expertise: Miller is industry agnostic, having studied a range of industry verticals. His specialty is management and leadership programs. His passion is Education and Nonprofits.