Who am I

ProfileMy name is Michael Rozenberg and I am a management consultant, coach and designer from Malmö. My passion is people and helping people and teams grow by coaching them and the organization they work in. The focus for most of my work has been change management within the IT & telecom industry.

In 2012 I decided to take a year off and explore my interest in design and coaching by working as a graphic designer in Shanghai and travel East Asia as a way to develop my personal leadership. I managed to work for a couple of big clients and got back more focused than ever.

I have over five years of experience from change management and have worked in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Hungary and China with people from all over the world. My core strengths are creating trust, building strong teams and helping individuals take action. I use my design skills to support my work by using visual tools that engage, inspire and support effective team work and communication.

Right is a list of companies I’ve worked with or lead workshops for. For a complete resume please click here or go to the media section.


Management consulting & coaching

  • Glokala Folkhögskolan, Malmö – Facilitator, group dynamics
  • TBWA\Tequila Digital, Shanghai – Ideation workshops
  • Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications, Lund – Agile/Lean Coach
  • Telia Broadband Denmark, Copenhagen – Agile/Lean Coach
  • Huawei Technologies, Shanghai – Agile/Lean Coach
  • ABB/SAAB/Volvo IT/Ericsson/Statoil m.fl – Courses & workshops in Lean/Agile/Teamwork
  • Schneider Electric, Malmö – Agile project manager
  • IKEA IT, Älmhult – Scrum master


  • Onkyo, Osaka – Presentation deck design and internal work material
  • TBWA\Tequila Digital & Integer Group, Shanghai – Graphic design
  • Must Films, Shanghai – Motion and graphic design
  • Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications, Lund – Infographics
  • Softhouse Consulting, Malmö – Mobile concept design

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Östra Stallmästareg. 2b, 217 49 Malmö.

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