About Joshua A. Jack

Technology Executive

Change Leader

Leadership Team Builder





Joshua began leading teams and organizations in Metro Atlanta in order to drive transparency, change, performance, and innovation. For nearly 30 years, Joshua has focused on solutioning cutting edge products and “ways of working” that have brought increased effectiveness and profitability to Fortune 50 organizations and Startups alike. For the last 20 years, his passion has transitioned from IT-related management and consulting to that of organizational and leadership modernization, digital strategy, organizational change, Lean portfolio, adoption of agility in all methods, executive improvement, “project to product,” and enterprise coaching.

Working with many different approaches, Joshua is dedicated to jumping right into the midst of organizational challenges. His jovial and lighthearted professionalism help make sometimes difficult transitional periods relaxed and natural. He also uses his background in family counseling and service as just one tool in his toolbox to help others learn to overcome structural impediments.

Joshua’s focus areas in coaching and speaking are the psychology and make up of high performing leadership, executive, and organizational teams, identifying practical solutions for impediments to modernization, applying agility across non-IT organizations, agile startups, transitioning PMOs, mentoring effective team members, and much more. He uses humor, hands-on exercises, and practical knowledge to create an atmosphere of ease and excitement.

In addition to his professional life, Joshua lives what he teaches at home with his family to organize their hectic life of school and extracurricular activities. He resides with his wife and three nearly grown in rural West Georgia. He is a writer of “JoshuaJack.com,” an avid musician, an outdoorsman, and a music and movie enthusiast.


Joshua is a driver. People trust his expertise and intuition, so they will move quickly under his guidance. He is persuasive, telling powerful, meaningful stories that help others to get on board with his ideas, opinions and understanding. He speaks with conviction. Winning over skeptics is thrilling for him, particularly if it includes converting them from their present loyalties. He is resilient. The first “no” is a primer for him — it just means he haven’t figured out the right pitch… yet. 


  • Increase executive’s abilities and competencies through leadership and coaching
  • Mentor organizations and societies in improvement
  • Promote agility as a culture, not just a method
  • Outfit individuals with new strategies and tools
  • Write change into organizational practices
  • Energize people with a message of expectancy
  • Revive, define, and enable strategic visions