Michael Marlowe is a management consultant and writer specializing in large systems change, executive team alignment and growth in communities. 

   Working primarily in high technology organizations, Michael has thirty years of experience in creating sustained business results and producing healthy work environments in Fortune 100 companies.

   Currently Michael focuses on bringing forward work on growth and healing within communities and organizations. “Where does energy come from for growth, healing and bringing forward intentions?” is the central question he is addressing with books on Listening, Leadership, and Children.

   From 1987 to 1995, Michael was the Director of the AT&T Organization  Effectiveness Center. The Center supported the Chairman and senior officers in implementing corporate-wide growth and performance improvement efforts — globalization, alignment around AT&T’s Business Strategy and Value, total quality management (TQM), mergers and acquisitions, and executive coaching of the Chairman and senior leaders.

  Recent projects focused on large systems change include: setting vision, mission, and values, redesign of international organization structure, alignment and development of executive teams, leadership development and reducing national sales force turnover. His clients have included ADP, Hughes DirecTV, American Express, Detroit Edison, Northern Telcom, Lucent, Digital Equipment, Lucent Technologies, Intel and National Security Agency (NSA).

   His book and DVD on Leaders and Listening is used in Leadership Programs at ExxonMobil and AT&T. The Book of Children has been utilized by a international consortium of academics focused on the quality of children’s lives. The Book of Listening was given to participants at the Edge of Emergence Conference in Australia.

   Michael was formerly a faculty member at the University of Oregon and holds a Masters Degree in Applied Behavioral Sciences. He is a senior consultant and founding member of the Society of Organization Learning @MIT.



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