DOUGLAS SMITH

THIS SPEAKER'S SET FEE PLACES HIM/HER WITHIN THE RANGE OF:

$15,001 to $25,000
 
TRAVELS FROM: New York

VIDEOS:

SPEECH TITLES AND/OR TOPICS

  • Future of Business
  • Ethics
  • On Value and Values
  • Managing Performance Strategy
  • Change Leadership
  • Discipline of Teams
  • Strategic Planning

Categories

Change | Leadership | Management | Stress Management | Teamwork | Ethics

Biography

Douglas K. Smith is the author of On Value and Values: Thinking Differently About We In An Age of Me (Financial Times Books, March 2004), his seventh book. He also is a globally recognized management consultant and thinker, as well as the CEO of Web River Media, Inc., a start-up company that delivers a fundamentally new form of entertainment and education content, namely fully browseable video.

Douglas Smith brings a unique vantage point and perspective to his writing. His work is grounded in more than a quarter century of reflection, observations and experience as a historian, math and science teacher, lawyer, executive, innovator, writer and management consultant, and thinker.

Douglas Smith designed one of the nation's earliest and longest lasting innovations in knowledge management and was the co-leader of the worldwide organization practice at McKinsey and Company, the premier management-consulting firm. The Guru Guide labels him as "one of the world's top management thinkers."

As an advisor and consultant, Douglas Smith has worked in every sector - nonprofit, profit, government - spanning more than 40 industries, including technology, education, public policy, media, consumer products, energy and industrial manufacturing.

Douglas Smith is one of the co-founders of the Princeton Projection Organizational Citizenship, and is the designer and architect of Achieving Excellence in Community Development, a program currently transforming community development organizations across the country.

Douglas K. Smith earned his B.A. at Yale University and received a J.D. from Harvard Law School.

Mr. Douglas Smith's six previous books include: Fumbling The Future (the best-selling story of Xerox's invention and subsequent squandering of personal computing); The Wisdom of Teams (utilized by millions globally and widely acknowledged as one of the leading books on teamwork), and Sources of the African Past (a college history text).

BOOKS    Search For A Book

  • On Value and Values: Thinking Differently About We in an Age of Me
  • The Wisdom of Teams: Creating the High-Performance Organization
  • Sources of the African Past
  • Make Success Measurable!
  • Taking Charge of Change: 10 Principles for Managing People and Performance
  • Fumbling The Future

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