John N. Brennan
Richard A. Morano
Larry P. Jacobson
Martin P. Kaufman
Richard Morano has held several management positions at Xerox Corporation. Dr. Morano started his career at the General Electric Company. Later he held several management positions at Xerox Corporation. He helped to devise and implement a strategy for incorporating empowerment and self-directed work teams into the engineering and manufacturing culture of Xerox in Webster, NY.
While at Xerox, he helped to formulate and implement a strategy for changing the management styles in the engineering and manufacturing community. In addition, he was instrumental in developing and installing a technical education strategy to help prevent technological obsolescence.
He was also the director of a two-year management development rotational program (R.A.P.I.D.) in the manufacturing division, and he received the Xerox/Reprographic Business Group's Recognition Award for Excellence for his role in the development and implementation of a Critical Skills Retraining Program.
Dr. Morano's consulting experience includes assignments dealing with organizational change, leadership development, team building, quality initiatives, strategic planning, management training, and executive coaching. His clients are from diverse sectors, including health care, business, education, and government.
He has been an adjunct faculty member in the School of Hotel Administration at Cornell University and for Cornell University's Industrial and Labor Relations School Extension. He was also an adjunct faculty member at Monroe Community College and St. John Fisher College.
He received the Excellence in Adjunct Teaching Award from the College of Continuing Education at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Dr. Morano now teaches graduate courses in R.I.T.'s Career and Human Resources Development graduate program and in Nazareth College's graduate management program.
He has more than twenty published articles in national magazines to his credit, and also is the author of two books. He holds a doctorate in education from the University of Rochester and a bachelor's degree in applied science and industrial technology from the Rochester Institute of Technology.