Eric Bloom

Boston, MA

A former CIO, today Eric P. Bloom is an Amazon #1 bestselling author, TEDx Speaker and the President of Manager Mechanics LLC, a company specializing in IT leadership, business skills and productivity training. He is also the past President of National Speakers Association (NSA) New England, former nationally syndicated columnist, contributor to,, certified executive coach, and an Adjunct Research Advisor for IDC. He is also the author of various books, including “The CIO’s Guide to Staff Needs, Growth, and Productivity”, “Manager Mechanics: Tips and Advice for First-Time Managers” and “Productivity Driven Success: Hidden Secrets of Organizational Efficiency.” Eric began his career as a Software Developer, Business Analyst and Project Manager, then moved up through the IT leadership ranks. Therefore, he understands his topic through a lifetime of professional experience. As they say, "He walks the walk."
Eric Bloom is a go to speaker for us at PMI MassBay. He is well respected in his field and consistently rated highly by attendees. He is a pleasure to work with and is always open to suggestions regarding topics, presentation formats and related group activities. His speaking style is interactive and engaging and he is at ease in front of a large audience. I would strongly recommend Eric Bloom for any PMI event.

John Todd, VP Professional Development, MassBay PMI


Eric Bloom was a fantastic speaker for our non-profit eCommerce Users Group. He provided tremendous educational value to our attendees and was extremely flexible in tailoring the topic for our specific audience of EDI/EC practitioners and vendors. I highly recommend him for your conference and/or corporate speaking and training needs.

Ira Keltz, President, NEECOM (New England Electronic Commerce Users' Group)


Eric Bloom, the president of Manager Mechanics, spoke at our CIO Roundtable event. Eric was knowledgeable on his topic, dynamic in his presentation, and very well received by those in attendance. It was a pleasure working with him.

Alan Loss, Founder and Leader, CIO Roundtable