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Faculty

Ken Baylor

  • Education

    Postgraduate Diploma in Organizational Leadership, University of Oxford, Saïd Business School
    DBA, MSM, and MBA, Nova Southeastern University, H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship

Ken Baylor

Ken Baylor is a distinguished executive leader and trusted advisor with exceptional scholarship that includes applied studies in Organizational Leadership and Strategic Management at the University of Oxford, along with executive sessions at Harvard Business School, MIT Sloan School of Management, The Wharton School (UPenn), and The University of Chicago, Booth School of Business. Since 2018, Ken has been an instructor for a graduate course in Strategic Management at Harvard Division of Continuing Education Extension and Summer Schools where he is highly rated by diverse cohorts for dynamic teaching style, relevant course content, and assured learning. He seeks to inspire participants to make a difference and put a dent in the universe.

He has held senior roles in highly successful multibillion-dollar publicly traded enterprises during periods of rapid growth and profitability and currently serves on the Board of a large private corporation. Ken’s consulting practice includes clients in logistics (e.g., railroad, pipeline, cargo vessels, trucking), environmental services, aviation, hospitality, manufacturing, retail services, construction, a low vision eye institute, and various non-profits.  His professional, academic, and environmental industry leadership has been recognized with numerous awards for outstanding performance. He is also published in professional and peer-reviewed journals. His empirical research on leadership in crisis management was commended by the North American Management Society as well as the North American Business Hall of Fame.

In addition, Ken had the good fortune to work with a world-renowned entrepreneur who founded three Fortune 500 companies and listed six companies on the New York Stock Exchange, to say nothing of his ownership of three professional sports franchises.

Programs Ken Teaches

Building Organizational Cultures: A Framework for Leaders