As a leader in West Monroe's organizational change management practice, Nick personally works with his clients to ensure that their projects realize their anticipated benefits by aligning and readying their workforce to operate efficiently in their desired future state. Nick also helps clients define and align on key performance indicators to measure the success for their strategic projects and implement governance structures to ensure clients sustain changes within their organizations.
You can be sure that Nick will bring energy to your project. He will focus on your specific concerns and partner with you to find solutions that are tailored to your specific needs.
Nick comes to the table with 11+ years of professional experience and has helped numerous organizations develop and implement processes and procedures that align and support their business strategies. He has a B.A. from DePauw University.
Nick and his wife, Sarah, live in a northwest neighborhood of Chicago with their Corgi. Nick claims that he is a human lucky penny, as he has witnessed the same friend get two holes-in-one when they were golfing together.
Nick is a member of the Association for Change Management Professionals and is a Fischer Fellow Alumni. He and Sarah became the first married couple to participate in the Fischer Fellowship. The pair spent six months in Temuco, Chile, working with the Chol Chol Foundation, a group whose motto is “Promote culture, respect, and dignity for all men and women, recognition of their skills, and ongoing support of human development in the Mapuche tribes.” They raised more than $27,000, improved the foundation’s efficiency in a number of areas, and made a lasting impact on the tribe. They also documented their journey each step (and day!) of the way.
Nick is also on the Posse Foundation Leadership Council and a Career Champion for the Women’s Leadership Network.