Co-Founder: Larry Solow
Working at the intersection of people, processes, and strategy, Larry Solow works with clients to help them discover new possibilities for action. President of 3-D Change, Inc., (www.3dchange.com) Larry gets results by creating customized solutions that are grounded in state-of-the-art theory while also being practical and user-friendly. Whether creating a “Total Learning Architecture” (People), implementing a Lean Six Sigma initiative (Processes), or facilitating a “Strategic Fitness Planning” process (Strategy), he integrates the recognition of organizations as non-linear, “complex adaptive systems” (Alignment) into all of his projects.
Mr. Solow brings real-world, hands-on expertise to every client relationship. Larry has 30 years of internal and external change management experience. As an internal change agent, he has served as the Director of Continuous Improvement at Harley-Davidson and as Manager, Total Quality for a division of Honeywell (formally AlliedSignal Aerospace).
He also boasts a wide range of external consulting clients. In the manufacturing sector, he has coached and consulted for Alcan Packaging, Mattel, York International, SKF USA, and Tyco. Service sector clients include South Jersey Healthcare, Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Florida, and Federal Express. He also has consulted with not-for-profit institutions including UNICEF, Rotary International, and Amnesty International.
Larry earned a graduate degree in Organizational Communication from Temple University following his BA degree in Human Communication from Rutgers University. He is a Six Sigma Black Belt and has been certified as a “Human Systems Dynamics Professional” (HSDP) by the HSD Institute. He has presented at ASTD, SIETAR, IQPC, IAF, SHRM, Project World, Project Summit, Chaos Network, and other major professional conferences.
Mr. Solow co-authored, “What Works for GE May Not Work for You: Using Human Systems Dynamics to Build a Culture of Process Improvement.” He also authored Chapter 9, “A Comprehensive Approach to Organizational Learning: Total Learning Architecture” for the book, “Learning Architectures: Building Organizational and Individual Learning” by Warren R. Wilhelm.