Deutser names new managing partner

23 January 2020 2 min. read
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Boutique management consultancy Deutser has named Rob Kaczmarek as managing partner of its Austin, Texas office. Deutser assists leaders and organizations in finding “clarity in strategy, culture, and communications.”

"We are pleased to have Rob joining the Deutser team," Brad Deutser, founder and CEO of Deutser, said. "Rob has spent his career delivering transformation and driving growth globally. I believe his decisive, results-driven approach and his experience blending behavioral science with innovation will provide tremendous value to our clients and to our company."

Kaczmarek, who brings with him a strong computer science background, has founded several software companies – including Kazzly, which claims to revolutionize the “purchasing experience.” He has also served as managing director of projekt202, a Dallas-based consultancy that focuses on strategy, UX design, development, and marketing for organizations seeking to transform their customer and employee experiences. He has also worked as global director for Convergent Science, which offers computer-aided engineering software for modeling fluid dynamics, and for several other software companies.

Deutser names new managing partner

During his career, he has worked with high-profile clients including Apple, Amazon, Cern, GE, Siemens, Formula 1, McLaren, BMW, and Rolls Royce.

"I'm excited to join the talented Deutser team," Kaczmarek said. "Deutser has a powerful methodology that provides tremendous value to our clients by aligning and strengthening the core foundation while enhancing Employee Engagement and Customer Experience to drive growth and sustainability. I believe we have much to offer the Austin market and am excited to share our creative and unique approach to delivering clarity to organizations of all sizes."

Deutser is based in Houston. In addition to its Texas offices, it operates in New York, working with organizations of all sizes, from startups to Fortune 500 companies. It uses the “Deutser methodology” that utilizes scientific, psychological, and creative analyses to improve performance. Some of its services include corporate strategy, organizational transformation, customer value proposition, talent management, and brand creation and invigoration.