Kevin teaches within the graduate program of the Entrepreneurship Division at Babson. He teaches classes in the MBA program on the theory and practice of Entrepreneurship, and has been a faculty advisor for several programs focused on bringing entrepreneurial thought to workplace and industry problems. Kevin specializes in leading workshops on overcoming the challenges of ‘scale-up’ entrepreneurship and on applying scenario planning to ‘future proof’ business strategies for business accelerator programs and for academic, corporate and government organizations locally and internationally
As a partner of Future Workplace, Kevin researches and frames trends that are reshaping the future of work for clients. Kevin co-leads the ‘2020 Workplace Network’ a curated ‘best practice’ community for heads of Learning, Talent Acquisition & Human Resource development, who come together in person and virtually, to discuss and share ‘the next best’ practices impacting the future of learning and working.
During late 2016, Kevin Mulcahy and Jeanne Meister will publish a book with McGraw Hill to help business and HR leaders successfully ‘anticipate, plan for and navigate the future workplace’. The book clearly outlines the disruptive drivers of a diversifying workforce, shifting attitudes towards working, new technologies reshaping the future workplace and how companies are innovating their HR processes to thrive.
Previously, at Harvard Business School, Kevin was an executive leadership coach for C-suite participants on the “Advanced Management Program” to support personal and experiential learning, team development and cultural fit for leaders seeking to accomplish their personal impact goals. As a practice head at Fuld & Co., a Boston based consulting firm, Kevin, led the delivery of insights and recommendations on competitive business and talent practices, facilitating scenario planning and war-gaming exercises for Fortune 500 executive teams to align team members with long-term strategic initiatives.
As an Entrepreneur, Kevin spent five years as the founder and CEO of a multi-country global telecom reseller, predominantly serving the Japanese and Latin American markets. Following the build-out of sales offices in Argentina, Brazil, Columbia, Japan and South Africa, he successfully sold the company to his largest supplier. Kevin has also held executive roles at Sprint’s headquarters that included facilitating the annual business planning process.
Kevin received his BA degree in Management Science from Trinity College Dublin and holds an MBA in Strategy and Operations from Boston College. He is a dual US/Irish citizen that enjoys independent film festivals, local theatre, scuba diving, ethnic food, and international travel. He and his wife Diane (also an adjunct lecturer at Babson) live in the city of Boston, Massachusetts.