Middleton, WI — See Change Management, LLC, a firm providing guidance on leadership and organizational transformations, has been founded by Michael Kutchin. It’s result-based solutions include executive coaching, team building, strategic planning and financial modeling.
Serving businesses throughout Wisconsin, See Change Management’s client niche focuses on owners and businesses dedicated to taking themselves to the next level. This includes entrepreneurs, new leadership teams, owners of family run business, organizations looking to increase enterprise value prior to a company sale and businesses in need of immediate restructuring activities.
Kutchin brings 25 years of transformative experience as a successful entrepreneurial owner of a $20 million distribution business, chief financial officer in organizations ranging from $100 million to $350 million in sales, and a CPA with Price Waterhouse. His education includes an MBA in finance and BBA in accounting from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
As to the motivation for starting his new firm, Kutchin explained “My new role will allow me to apply my prior transformative experience to positively assist leaders and organizations seeking to improve their results.” Kutchin continues “I’ve had the good fortune of favorably impacting a number of organizations since the sale of my own business. See Change Management provides the platform to formalize and expand the professional services I have previously been providing.”
About Michael Kutchin & See Change Management, LLC
See Change Management (http://www.seechangemanagement.com) is affiliated with Resource Associates Corporation, which for over 30 years has been providing independent advisors with developmental tools to assist their clients in making quantum leaps in performance. Mr. Kutchin’s community engagement includes two terms as President of the Board of Directors of Middleton Outreach Ministry, President of the Middleton Cardinal Booster Club, chair of a Middleton Board of Education appointed committee charged with the examination of the “Self Sustainability of High School Athletics” and a member of the finance committee at Asbury United Methodist Church.
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