About Brian Warren
Brian Warren was a dedicated public servant for over twenty-nine years. As a career military intelligence officer in the US Army, he held ranks from lieutenant to colonel. Over eight years of that time was spent commanding large, complex military intelligence organizations both in the United States and overseas.
As a school-trained management consultant and strategist, Brian has extensive experience within the Department of Defense, the National Security Agency and the Army. He has researched and trained in the areas of teams, leadership development, communication and organizational management. In addition, he has served as a consultant for Maine’s effort in quality development and implemented a quality initiative for over 18,000 employees.
Brian has worked with individual Departments and Agencies in state government in their quality experience as well as extensive experience in facilitation and instructional systems design.
He has worked with the FIRO model for over twenty-nine years. Brian has also studied under the late Dr. Will Schutz (creator of the FIRO instruments and the evolutionary Human Element model) and is currently practicing as a Master Human Element Trainer.
He combines his technical knowledge with the hands on ability of applying quality both as a leader and manager and as a team member. He has executed numerous redesign efforts specifically related to organizational development, communication, leadership development, and quantifying measurable organizational objectives. His experience in planning, developing, and executing the Balanced Scorecard with organizations is extensive.
Brian graduated from Bowdoin College and holds a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the University of Northern Colorado.
For the past twenty years he has worked as a successful consultant, and is recognized on a national basis for his abilities dealing with organizational development and quality issues. He has been an examiner, senior examiner, and Judge for Maine's state quality award process.
Brian is also an active participant in Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s System’s Thinking efforts and the Creative Learning Exchange.