Kevin Murnane

Adjunct Lecturer of MBA Leadership Coaching at Kellogg School of Management


Kellogg School of Management

Kevin Murnane has more than 20 years of experience in Human Resource executive coaching, change management consulting, competency-based training, teaching, marketing, entrepreneurial software start-ups, marketing and business development. He currently consults on projects ranging from executive competency development for succession management to action learning to drive culture change. He was SVP and Director of two HR software startups and expansions. Kevin is an eight-year veteran of Development Dimensions International (DDI), where he was a senior selection specialist and start-up team leader. Kevin has designed and taught classes at Northwestern programs in Strategy Execution, Consulting Skills, Redefining Organizations, and Energizing People during Change. Kevin consults and teaches at Kellogg Graduate School of Management, where he helped design the first Leadership Coaching Class for MBAs and Executive Education. Kevin is the founder of the firm Behtrics, Inc. 

Education M.B.A., 1982, Marketing, Finance, Not-For-Profit Management, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University

B.S., 1979, Commerce, University of Illinois

Academic Positions Adjunct Professor and Lecturer, Kellogg School of Management, MSLOC, Industrial Engineering, Education, Northwestern University, 2006-present

Other Professional Experience Founder, Behtrics LLC, 2002-present

Senior Consultant, Interaction Associates, 2005-2007

Senior Selection Specialist, Team Leader, Development Dimensions International, 1994-2002

Regional Vice President, The Executive Technique, 1989-1994

Account Supervisor, Young & Rubicam, J. Walter Thompson, Doyle Dane Bernbach, 1982-1989

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