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Electronic Document Management Systems: A Portable Consultant Paperback – July, 1995
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More About the Author
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I've spent 30 years living at the intersection of busines and IT, from tech junky to Inc. 500 CEO to senior leader for a $2Billion company. These experiences have developed my core competency in writing and speaking on the social, organizational and human impact of technology. However, I'm not a technology bigot. I believe strongly in the importance of leadership, core behaviors, organizational and cultural values in leveraging technology. The real opportunities and challenges for organizations, and in life, are tied directly to understanding human behavior and culture.
I'm a diehard techie who loves gadgets, but....
... I have a 1920's L C Smith Corona, a 1940's Graflex, and an original Nuremberg Chronicle (CIRCA 1493) on display in my library - all to remind me that our generation has no monopoly on great ideas.
About my writing:
- It's about people. I focus on the human condition first and foremost.
- It's about the context of change. No problem or solution is entirely new. There is always a historical precedent that we can use to guide our thinking.
- It's based on experience and practical observations. Dogma is fun but you can't feed yourself with it.
- It's about simplicity. I believe that even the most complex ideas can be made simple. The simpler they are the more likely they are to empower people to apply them.