IdeaMensch Interview with Michael Roub, Inflection 360 Managing Partner and Founder
Inflection 360 Managing Partner and Founder, Michael Roub recently spoke with the IdeaMensch team to discuss how his prior professional experiences in investment banking and corporate executive roles helped to shape him as an entrepreneur and strategic consultant.
While Inflection 360 is a new venture for Michael, the relationships formed over the past two decades have helped propel the business’ initial success. In the article, Michael shares many of the principles and processes that have enabled him to take on new challenges and adapt to a constantly changing professional landscape. As all business owners and entrepreneurs experience unique challenges and successes, Michael looks to share what has helped him develop a successful firm and what motivation he gets from successful client relationships.
“My objective is to approach each consulting relationship as a collaboration. I look to learn from the management team’s experience to help move their most critical objectives forward. Since successful outcomes require a tremendous amount of effort and work, my firm Inflection 360 has a roll-up your sleeves mentality. We don’t just give advice, we make it actionable.”
Prior to founding Inflection 360, Michael was a corporate executive focused on corporate development and operations with major healthcare organizations. Additionally, Michael began his career as an investment banker with Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette. Michael received his undergraduate degree from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and his MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. With his diverse experience Michael has collaborated with numerous clients on critical strategic initiatives and enabled them to achieve long-term business success.
IdeaMensch encourages entrepreneurs to share their perspectives, inspire others and be collaborative. Interviews with Michael and other entrepreneurs are added each week to encourage, entertain and educate the IdeaMensch and broader entrepreneurial community.
The full IdeaMensch article can be found here.