Bruce Montgomery has broad business leadership experience, ranging from leading the IT organization for one of the country’s largest non-profit theatres, to driving value through strong relationships as the leader of Key Accounts for a sports and entertainment analytics company (delighting top-tier clients such as NHL, NFL, NASCAR and The Shubert Organization).
His prior experience includes over 15 years in IT and management consulting, where he focused on driving adoption through structured change management and training and development.
Bruce is passionate about business-driven creativity and innovation, focusing on improving adoption through experiential and immersive engagements. He places great importance on partnering with organizations to help develop healthy cultures that lead to measurable success.
Bruce is a graduate of the University of Denver Executive MBA program (2013) and has been a faculty partner ever since. He is also involved with world-renowned researchers such as Charles Limb to better understand the inner workings of the brain while performing creative acts, and Ellen Langer to determine the best methods for increasing productivity through creativity. Much of these approaches are documented in the books he co-wrote with his partner Gail Montgomery, “The Improv Mindset” and “Change! A Leader’s Guide to Fixing Sh*t.”