Glenn Mangurian has over three decades of experience driving innovation and results with his clients. Through personal experience he has discovered that we are capable of overcoming challenges that seem insurmountable. As a skilled partner, Glenn teams with both individuals and organizations to aim high, take action and realize aspirations.
As a former, SVP with CSC Index he was responsible for commercializing the concept of Business Reengineering. Glenn has experienced many of growth challenges including geographic expansion, market reinvention and acquisition. In 1989, the Index Group as acquired by Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC). He was a member of the leadership team that reinvented the firm after acquisition and grew it from $25 million to $200 million in annual revenues. In addition, he orchestrated the acquisition of two professional services firms into CSC Index and had operational responsibility for one of them.
In May 2001 Glenn suffered an injury to his spinal cord resulting in the paralysis of his lower body. Undeterred by his injury, Glenn remains active in his consulting, speaking and writing. He combines his decades of business experience with his personal experience in overcoming adversity to inspire individuals and organizations to achieve extraordinary results. He has published several articles on change management, business reengineering and resilience. Drawing on his personal experience and others, he is the author of an article published March 2007 in the Harvard Business Review: “Realizing What You’re Made Of.” He is a frequent speaker to executive audiences on the subjects of leadership and resilience.
Glenn has an undergraduate degree in mathematics and an MBA from the University of Massachusetts where he also serves as an executive-in-residence. In partnership with University President Wilson he is host to several leadership programs. An accomplished networker and coach, he is a trusted confidant to many successful business leaders.
He remains active with his career, family and community. Glenn resides with his wife and two children in Hingham, Massachusetts.
If you would like to learn more about Glenn and his firm, FrontierWorks, we invite you to browse his web site at frontierworks.com or to call him at (781) 749-3490 or firstname.lastname@example.org.