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Dean Schroeder Is An Experienced Leader Of Strategic Organizational Transformations. Here Are Ways He Can Help Improve Your Organization:

Speaking

Speaking

Invite Dr. Schroeder to put his insights, energy and passion to work for you at your next business conference as a keynote speaker or as a presenter and/or speaker at your next workshop or dinner program »
Consulting

Consulting

When you’re ready to invite Dr. Schroeder to help your organization unlock the huge potential in your employees' ideas, he'll be ready with ideas on how to improve your systems, techniques and profitability »
Publications

Publications

With three books and many more articles to his credit, Dr. Schroeder continues to share his timeless ideas on management, including his latest work on how to solicit the best ideas from your front-line employees »

Latest Blog Article

The Ethical Imperative of Competence-Vulcan’s Crucible

The Ethical Imperative of Competence-Vulcan’s Crucible

12 Aug 2014 | Management
Note: This blog entry is two times longer and more complex than my usual blog entries. Rather than offering advice or a useful concept, it is intended to get the reader thinking about a potentially uncomfortable, but incredibly important topic – » Read More

Testimonials

Dean's insights on the benefits of harvesting the tremendous intellectual assets from an empowered workforce are inspiring and compelling. He works with leaders to generate, sustain, and celebrate front-line ideas which enable organizations to reap the benefits of continuous improvement, accelerated growth, and increased profits while making the workplace a wonderful community.
Publications ~ Jay Reardon Retired President - Hickory Chair

Latest Project

The Idea Driven Organization

Dean M. Schroeder & Alan G. Robinson
In The Idea-Driven Organization, Robinson and Schroeder argue that the employees who interact directly with your customers, make your products, and provide your services, are in the best position to see what improvements would have the most impact »  Read More