Horacio Rieznik

Consultant

Horacio has broad experience in implementing changes and generating great impact on customer companies.

Horacio served as training management at Organización Techint, training hundreds of leaders and professionals for more than six years, within the context of complex change processes, mergers and acquisitions. More recently, Horacio was for almost a decade corporate manager of the human resources department of Grupo Clarín, leading the learning and change process and the executive remuneration practices.

As part of an integral change management strategy, Horacio promoted the application of the “Six Sigma” Process Improvement methodology at Grupo Clarín. To this end, he specialized and received a “Black Belt” from the Technological Institute of Buenos Aires (ITBA).

Horacio is the co-author of “Transformando,” a book on change experiences in Argentine corporations. He has also regularly contributed organizational learning content to MateriaBiz.com, a management and academic website. A professor of several postgraduate programs at different Argentine universities, he is currently professor of “Cultural Change and Organizational Learning” of the “Master in Organizational Coaching” program at the Universidad del Salvador.

Horacio holds a degree in industrial engineering from the University of Buenos Aires. He is a senior coach certified by the Technological Institute of Buenos Aires and of the LLC of Fred Kofman.

In his spare time, Horacio occasionally composes music and writes and performs in theater comedies.

Recent Posts by Horacio
leaders' behavior paves the way
Article
Culture Change: For Culture to Change, Leaders Must Change
By Horacio Rieznik
Leaders usually understand intellectually the logical connection between their behaviors and the resulting organizational culture. In our work at Axialent, we have never seen leaders rejecting their responsibility in that. What seems harder for leaders to envision from the beginning are the implications for their own personal transformation.
Letting Go of Prejudices Around Virtual Experiences: Two hands reaching out to touch across a divide
Article
Letting Go of Prejudices Around Virtual Experiences
By Horacio Rieznik
Since COVID-19 became a daily part of our lives, we’ve become increasingly accustomed to finding new ways of virtually doing what we once did in person. We came into this situation with a lot of preconceived notions about what it meant to connect virtually, but our experiences have shown us something else. As we navigate the many changes in our daily life, we have started letting go of prejudices around virtual experiences.
Languages
  1. Spanish
  2. English
Areas of Expertise
  1. Leadership development
  2. Cultural change processes
  3. Organizational learning processes
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