I WRITE, EDIT, and ghostwrite frequently for custom publishers, corporations, and individual executives on a variety of topics, including organizational culture and thought leadership.
Here are some examples of that work:
For Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service, I spoke to many top U.S. diplomats about challenges they’ve faced working in the Trump Administration.
Ted Colbert, the chief information officer of Boeing, told me he gets up at 4 a.m. every day so he can get in a high-intensity workout before he goes to work.
For Insigniam Quarterly, I talked to Robert Gates, former U.S. Secretary of Defense, about his leadership style.
“We’re not changing for the sake of changing,” Bernard Tyson, the top executive of Kaiser Permanente, told me about his company’s transformation. “We’re changing because we must change.” (Tyson passed away a few years after this story was published.)
For Cognitive Times magazine I profiled Kristin Robertson, the head of the Automated Systems division at Boeing. Her division makes robotic fighter planes and unmanned submarines, among other very, very high-tech things.
Working with Washingtonian Custom Media for the Economic Club of Washington, I have written the highly regarded Club’s annual report for the past several years.
For Service Management Group, I wrote a white paper that is repeatedly updated as the Kansas City customer-service company expands. The original title, “Five Things We Learned from Talking to 500 Million People” now reads “Five Things We Learned from Talking to 1 Billion People.”