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Dale J Albrecht

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Dr. Dale J. Albrecht is CEO and Executive Partner for Alonos.  Alonos is a business management consulting firm working in human resources, business performance improvement, and multicultural marketing.  Dr. Albrecht is also an advisor and author for the Forbes HR Council and an Adjunct Professor for Texas Woman’s University and the University of Texas at Dallas. 

Dr. Albrecht has fulfilled C-Suite leadership roles as Chief Human Resources and Risk Officer.   Along with an extensive career in human resources, he has experience in general management, technical operations, and field engineering.  Because of his early career experience in various business functions, Dr. Albrecht brings a holistic focus on business performance to the human resources function.  Dr. Albrecht has worked in several industries including travel, retail, manufacturing, telecommunications, medical devices, construction, public safety, and Department of Defense.

Dr. Albrecht completed his Doctorate in Business Administration with Swiss Management Center University in Zug, Switzerland.  He holds a Master of Business Administration and Human Resources Management from Columbia Southern University and a Bachelor of Science in Workforce Education from Southern Illinois University, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude.  He holds a certificate in Organizational Development from DePaul University.  He is also an appointed Six Sigma Master Black Belt.  He also holds a certificate in Project Planning, Analysis and Control from George Washington University.

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Dr. Albrecht is the author of “Organizational Design that Sticks!” which explores how companies can approach their organizational design projects to achieve much higher success rates.

Dr. Albrecht is an active contributor and author for the Forbes HR Council and has written several articles.  Click here to view his author page and profile.

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