Mr. Barry Jaruzelski is a New Jersey-based Senior Partner who leads Booz & Company's Global Engineered Products & Services Practice and is a member of the North American Management Team. He specializes in corporate and product strategy and the transformation of core innovation processes for high technology and industrial clients.
Mr. Jaruzelski’s key areas of expertise are:
A recognized thought leader, Mr. Jaruzelski is frequently quoted in publications like The Wall Street Journal, the Economist, the Financial Times, and The New York Times on the technology industry and the challenges of innovation. He often appears as an expert commentator on ABC News, CNBC, CNN, NPR and the BBC. He writes a column on innovation for the Financial Times.
Mr. Jaruzelski has authored numerous Booz & Company publications, including the firm’s award winning annual Global Innovation 1000 study; several strategy+business articles, such as “Money Isn't Everything,” “What Will Be Made in China,” "The Customer Connection" and "The Stealth Software Challenge;" and the book Mastering the Innovation Challenge. In addition, he has written articles that were published in Forbes, Ivey Journal, Strategic Finance, PDMA Visions, Optimize, Linux World magazines, and the Boston Globe newspaper.
Mr. Jaruzelski is a three-time recipient of Booz & Company's Professional Excellence Award, which is given in recognition of outstanding and innovative client service on assignments for Alcatel-Lucent, GE, and for development of the Commercial Strategic Wargame service offering. He has also received the firm's Eagle Award for his outstanding contributions to Booz & Company. Mr. Jaruzelski’s Innovation 1000 Study has been recognized by the Product Development & Management Association with its 2007 "Best of Visions" Award and by the National Association of Business Publishers with its 2009 Silver Award. He was also singled out as one of Consulting magazine's Top 25 Consultants of 2013.
Mr. Jaruzelski is a member of the Knowledge & Marketing Advisory Council. He has previously served as the firm's Chief Marketing Officer overseeing the marketing function worldwide, including the roll out of the new brand. He has also been the Global Leader of the firm’s Innovation Practice. Previously he was a member of the the Audit Committee of Booz & Company's Board of Directors, the Partner Compensation Committee, the Board Nominating Committee, the North American Marketing Council, and the Professional Excellence Award Committee.
Mr. Jaruzelski holds an MBA with concentrations in finance and management of organizations from Columbia University's Graduate School of Business and a BS in economics with a concentration in marketing from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business. He has been a guest lecturer at Harvard, Wharton, Columbia, Tuck, NYU, UVA Darden, and MIT Sloan business schools. In addition he has presented the results of his research on the drivers of innovation success at the National Academies of Science & Engineering.
Mr. Jaruzelski was appointed by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie a Commissioner of the state’s Eastern European Cultural Heritage Commission, he is a member of the Advisory Board of the Morris Museum and Bickford Theater, a member of Wolters Klewer’s Innovation Board, and a member of the panel of judges for The Wall Street Journal’s annual Technology Innovation Awards. He resides in Westfield, New Jersey with his wife and two daughters.