Mitch Kotula is an international organizational development and change management consultant living in rural Montana. His leadership book, The Art of Aggression: Leadership Lessons from a Year of War has earned wide pre-publication praise from executives, to senior military officers, to the men Mitch lead in battle.
Recognized as a global implementation expert who uses a variety of concepts, tools and techniques for the effective implementation of organizational change and the development of effective managers and leaders. He is currently operating a private consulting practice in addition to working as an associate with the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD).
Mitch Kotula is recognized for his ability to help individuals and organizations improve, adapt, and excel. He served as consultant to the Regan Era modernization of the U.S. Army, was a leader of scenario planning for South African companies preparing for a new South Africa, was a founder of a credit service support organization for the financial industry, was an early innovator in web-based and distributed training, and was a key contributor to the books Managing at the Speed of Change and Always Change a Winning Team.
Mitch was an Associate Partner for the competency development of Accenture’s global Change Management practice and earlier co-developed and managed KPMG Peat Marwick’s change management practice. He earlier earned his spurs as a change management expert working with Daryl Conner as a senior consultant with ODR. Mitch is also a retired army officer, master parachutist and Army Ranger.