Bart Tkaczyk

Biography:

Bart Tkaczyk (drtkaczyk.com), a Fulbright Scholar at the University of California at Berkeley, an Executive Member of the Academy of Management (Divisions: Management Consulting, Organization Development and Change, Organizational Behavior, and Human Resources), is an award-winning Management Consultant (trained at Birkbeck, University of London in the UK – Birkbeck’s Department of Organizational Psychology was the first department of Occupational Psychology in the UK; ‘Occupational psychology’ is a particularly British term which covers the broad spectrum of Occupational and Organizational psychology), a professional Executive Coach (trained at the University of Berkeley-Haas School of Business in the USA – ranked the world’s No. 1 public university), and a certified Case Method Instructor and Case Writer (trained at the Ivey Business School-Western University in Canada – the 2nd largest producer and distributor of cases in the world; Cases have been used at the Ivey Business School since 1923).

Working across industries worldwide, Dr. Tkaczyk’s management consulting and executive coaching assignments have included projects with AstraZeneca, Cisco Systems, The Estée Lauder Companies, Fluor, HP, Moody’s Analytics, and Oracle. He has published his award-winning research and thought leadership in leading business and strategic management journals in Canada, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and the United States, including Arab Investor, Design Management Review, Development and Learning in Organizations, European Business ReviewEuropean Financial ReviewGlobal Business and Organizational ExcellenceIvey Business JournalLeadership Excellence Essentials, Rutgers Business ReviewStrategic Change, Strategic HR Review, Talent Development, and The World Financial Review.

Contact him at: bart_tkaczyk@berkeley.edu or follow him on Twitter: @DrBTkaczykMBA.

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