Alan Webber: An interview by Bob Morris

April 30, 2011

  Alan M. Webber is an award-winning, nationally-recognized editor, author, and columnist. In 1995, he launched Fast Company magazine, a fresh, dynamic entry in the business magazine category. Headquartered in Boston, MA, the magazine became the fastest growing, most successful business magazine in history. Fast Company won…

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Justin Menkes, First Interview: An interview by Bob Morris

April 19, 2011

Justin Menkes is managing director of the Executive Intelligence Group, a subsidiary of Spencer Stuart. He wrote the Wall-Street Journal besteller Executive Intelligence and has authored articles for the Harvard Business Review, Chief Executive, and Directorship Magazine. His research led…

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Gregory S. Berns: An interview by Bob Morris

April 16, 2011

  Gregory Berns occupies the Distinguished Chair of Neuroeconomics, serves as Director of the Center for Neuropolicy, and is a professor in both psychiatry and economics at Emory University. He earned an A.B. degree at Princeton University (his major was…

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Thomas Huynh: An interview by Bob Morris

April 14, 2011

In 1999, Thomas Huynh founded, the Web’s most respected resource on Art of War and now consists of a network of authors, scholars, and readers around the world, attracted from various disciplines and joined together by a common interest in Sun…

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Roger Connors and Tom Smith: An interview by Bob Morris

April 14, 2011

Roger Connors and Tom Smith are the founders and Co-CEO’s/Co-Presidents of Partners In Leadership, Inc., the internationally recognized premier provider of Accountability Training® Services around the world. They have thousands of clients, and have trained hundreds of thousands of people, in over 50…

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Mark McNeilly: An interview by Bob Morris

April 13, 2011

  Mark McNeilly is the Executive Director for Corporate Branding at Lenovo, an Adjunct Professor at the Kenan-Flagler MBA program at UNC, and the author of three books: Sun Tzu and the Art of Business, Sun Tzu and the Art of…

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Terry R. Bacon: An interview by Bob Morris

April 12, 2011

  Terry R. Bacon is a Scholar in Residence in the Korn/Ferry Institute.  Previously, he was founder and CEO of Lore International Institute.  He has a B.S. in engineering from West Point and a PhD in literary studies from The American University. …

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Harry Beckwith: A second interview by Bob Morris

April 5, 2011

  Harry Beckwith is a frequent guest lecturer for many national corporations, including ABC, Inc., BellSouth Corporation, Norwest Corporation, and Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc., among others. He lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His published works include Selling the Invisible, What…

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Guy Kawasaki: An interview by Bob Morris

April 3, 2011

After having earned an undergraduate degree at Stanford, Guy Kawasaki embarked on a career in business (counting diamonds for a fine-jewelry manufacturer called Nova Stylings) while at work on an MBA degree at UCLA. (He had already earned an undergraduate degree…

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Regina Herzlinger: An interview by BobMorris

March 30, 2011

Regina Herzlinger received her Bachelor’s Degree from MIT and then her Doctorate from the Harvard Business School where she is the Nancy R. McPherson Professor of Business Administration Chair. She was the first woman to be tenured and chaired at Harvard Business School and the…

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