Chad Cook

Lecturer
E.M.B.A., Baldwin Wallace University

Chad Cook

LecturerChad Cook

E.MBA, Baldwin Wallace University

Chad Cook possesses a wealth of experience and expertise in such transformational change initiatives as globalization, strategic planning, business restructuring, lean manufacturing, innovation and mergers and acquisitions.

Having worked as a corporate executive in two Fortune 100 companies and as a business owner himself, Cook has a unique perspective on the challenges of behavioral and organizational change. A master of global leadership development, Cook specializes in helping individuals, teams and organizations accelerate critical business outcomes and achieve consistently profitable results.

For many years, Cook has led individual and organizational development change initiatives designed to support the achievement of personal and business goals in China, Europe, Malaysia, Latin America, Canada and throughout the United States.

While with Rubbermaid, Cook coached and guided the organization to recognized excellence through a business team matrix design, global leadership college and innovation processes, as was recognized when Rubbermaid was identified by Fortune Magazine as one of the world's most admired companies.

Cook has strategically guided over 50 C-level executives to lead in ways that resulted in their organizations' capacity to out-perform the competition.

Cook earned an Executive Master of Business Administration with a focus in management systems from Baldwin Wallace University. His undergraduate degree in psychology comes from Thiel College. Additional master's level coursework in international management and finance at Baldwin Wallace University rounds out his academic qualifications.

As an adjunct professor at the Kent State University's executive master's program and Baldwin Wallace University's undergraduate and master's programs, Chad has taught many organizational strategy and human capital strategy courses.