Len Brzozowski guides organizations on innovative change. He is a senior adviser to Xavier Leadership Center and a professor at Webster University. He holds advanced degrees in engineering systems and business strategy from Dartmouth College and has worked on a variety of management consulting projects with the firms Cresap, McCormick and Paget, and McKinsey & Company. He teaches and consults extensively in the area of leading change – in both the public and private sector. His work has involved clients including Georgia Power, Fidelity Investments, St. Anthony Messenger Press, Formica Corporation, Cincinnati Bell, The Louisville and Jefferson County Kentucky school districts, Air Products and Chemicals, Macy’s, Michigan Department of Education, The US Department of Agriculture, Stahls’ Inc., and Lucas Girling.
Before joining Xavier, Len was a successful entrepreneur, running his company – Robotron Corporation – a global designer and builder of high frequency welding and induction heating equipment and systems. His operating experience includes Europe, Asia, and Mexico. Under his leadership, Robotron was recognized by Crain’s Detroit Business as one of the leading technology companies of Michigan, and was named as one of the 50 most innovative small business in the United States by the US Chamber of Commerce. Len’s change work has been cited in the recent book “The Next Level: Essential Strategies for Achieving Breakthrough Growth”, by James B. Wood and Larry Rothstein.