Michael Morrow-Fox, MBA, is a highly skilled consultant experienced in health care, education, banking, and non-profit management. Michael has over 20 years of experience in leading technology and human resources operations, as well as and several years of full time university teaching. Michael uses this background to blend his real world understanding with current theoretical models helping his clients reach goals beyond their current thinking. Having managed a 50 million dollar budget, helping a technology startup company get off the ground, and overseeing a non-profit organization achieve ‘best place to work’ status; Michael’s strengths are not in what area he works, but in how he helps others work. Michael’s project management, process excellence, problem solving, and human performance management skills help companies form truly innovative strategies.
Michael has served as a full time university faculty at Capital University winning a Department of Education FIPSE Grant and George Mason Program Excellence Award, as the Director of Technology Strategy for the OhioHealth Hospitals, as the Vice President of Operations for a technology start-up serving American Express, and as the Vice President of Talent Management Training and Development for the Great Rivers Affiliate of the American Heart Association. Michael has held Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification since 2002, he has worked on Six Sigma Black Belt initiatives since 1999 and has been a Six Sigma Green Belt since 2006. His Bachelor’s degree focused on Industrial Psychology and Employee Counseling and his MBA focus was on Organizational Leadership.
Michael is a contributing author for the Innovative Leadership Workbook for Emerging Leaders and Manager and also the Innovative Leader Guide to Transforming Organizations.