Company Vision

“Reshaping the world, one positive change at a time”

Imagine if you had a major change initiative to execute but had no idea where to begin the process. Or what if you had a software package which needs to be developed with agility but didn’t have the bandwidth to dedicate to the task. When ideas aren’t able to come to fruition, the business is not the only one to miss out, the world misses out too. You are not alone in having these concerns. Far too many businesses have great ideas that could not only make them highly successful but also make the world a much better place.

Organizational change is never easy, but with a high degree of expertise and a collaborative approach, the end result will be a well-designed, sustainable product. By working with Paradoxical Solutions, you will be introduced to a variety of organizational development methods that can have great impact on your business model and positively affect the bottom line of your company.

About The Owner

Brandon Rogers is a management consultant and integrated scholar-practitioner in the area of Organization Development and Change. He has significant expertise in organizational design and transformation, change management, software requirements engineering, strategic business planning, and technology implementation.

Brandon is certified as an Executive Coach, Everything DiSC facilitator, Agile Practitioner, and Project Management Professional. He is also a certified facilitator of the Emotional and Social Competency Inventory (360° feedback) assessment.

He previously led organizational design and transformation in various consulting roles, served as an Engineering Process Manager and Corporate Planning Business Strategist at Honda R&D, Americas, and held roles with Trapeze Software as a software implementation specialist and project manager.

Brandon most recently obtained a Doctorate in Organization Development and Change program from Bowling Green State University.  In addition, he holds a Master’s degree in Positive Organizational Development and Change from Case Western Reserve University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Kent State University.

Recent Journal Publications

This article explores the interdisciplinary nature of organization development (OD) by examining the structure of a behavioral-based change management technique and similarities related to the field of systems engineering. Additionally, the concept of Agile tools and processes is explored as an integration point between OD and systems engineering to lay the groundwork for using a combination of the tools to stimulate innovation.
Finally, this article introduces an adaptation of the traditional software V-model explained step-by-step in the context of organization learning and innovation.
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COVID-19 created an unprecedented global health crisis and caused a rapid, global economic meltdown. Organizations of all sizes are scrambling to salvage workforces and adopting policies to protect employees from the virus. Talent development practices face new challenges as the world reckons with our altered COVID-19 pandemic reality. Organization leaders must think creatively to design the employment practices of the future.
In this article, we consider how changes in work environments are affecting employees and organization performance, examine how recruitment, training, onboarding, and developing talent present complex challenges that must be addressed for sustainability, and consider how talent development principles can enhance organization development (OD) practices. Finally, we offer perspectives on employing OD principles and practices to facilitate workforce changes to maximize productivity and performance.
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As the field of cyber is rapidly changing, developing key talent is an integral component to creating business sustainability. To address the many challenges that cyber professionals face in meeting workforce demand, this article proposes the idea of a “cyber workforce development versatilist” who possesses the abilities of a talent management, organization development and cyber professional and emphasizes the need to implement this key role in private industry.
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