Brian Moran, President, and Founder of Strategic Breakthroughs has over twenty-five years of expertise as a corporate executive, entrepreneur, consultant and coach. Brian is a recognized expert in the field of leadership and execution.
His realization that most people don’t lack ideas but struggle with effective implementation led him to the development of Periodization and the 12-Week Year.
His client list includes Allstate, AXA, Dunkin’ Brands, Guardian, Jackson National, Mass Mutual, Medtronic, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, Nationwide, New York Life, Northwestern Mutual, Papa John’s, Principal, State Farm, and UBS just to name a few.
Brian Moran is the leading authority on leadership, execution, and productivity.
As CEO and Founder of The Execution Company, Brian Moran is a highly respected expert and accomplished executive, who has developed a well-versed business perspective from his vast experience in consumer products, healthcare, foodservice, automotive, transportation and professional services sectors.
Brian is the co-author of the New York Times Best Seller The 12 Week Year, a program developed to empower individuals and companies to achieve more in 12 weeks than what others accomplish in 12 months.
The 12 Week Year philosophy and training program has been implemented worldwide with industry-leading companies including Allstate, BBVA, Mass Mutual, Medtronic, Merrill Lynch, Nationwide, Paycor & Papa Johns.
Prior to launching The Execution Company, Brian held leadership positions with PepsiCo, UPS, Senn Delaney Management Consultants, and National Automotive Corporation. Coupling his corporate experience with his entrepreneurial drive, Brian also co-founded Bio-Inc., a health services provider specializing in wellness and medical surveillance performing on-site medical testing
Brian authored Periodization and is a featured in business journals and periodicals.
A trusted strategic advisor and visionary Brian volunteers his time to mentor promising entrepreneurs to refine, implement and execute their business plans.