Technology entrepreneur and philanthropist; cofounder, ICPlanet and Broderbund Software; trustee, Santa Fe Institute; board chair, Public Radio International, the Carlston Family Foundation; board member, MoveOn Political Action Committee, the Ploughshares Fund, the Albanian American Enterprise Fund,the Long Now Foundation
Serial innovator, entrepreneur, and advisor on corporate innovation and transformation; director, Bay Area Science and Innovation Consortium; chair, the Institute for Large Scale Innovation; film and Broadway producer; former director, executive innovation programs at Harvard and Stanford; author, Innovation Nation and Jamming
Professor, Harvard Business School, specializing in the competitive advantage of companies, nations, and regions, and the application of competitive principles to social problems such as health care, the environment, and corporate responsibility; cofounder, Monitor Consulting; author of 18 books including Competitive Strategy and The Competitive Advantage of Nations; coauthor, Can Japan Compete?
World authority on cross-cultural management; cofounder, Trompenaars Hampden-Turner Group; author/coauthor of 14 books,including Seven Cultures of Capitalism, Riding the Waves of Culture, Riding the Waves of Innovation, Twenty-One Leaders and The Global M and A Tango: Cross-cultural Dimensions of Mergers and Acquisitions
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