Using scientific, evidence-based methods for driving superior strategic growth and organizational performance, Don has emerged as the remarkable thought-leader for applying genetics, evolution and anthropology for measurable change within a wide range of industries. Don's longstanding clients seem to be CEOs cynical about management consultants, fleeting management theories, and the high failure rate of strategic planning and organizational change programs.
As a best-selling author, Don can be found sharing the institute's unique methods at keynote speeches or implementing them with clients. What else would you expect from an MIT and Johns Hopkins researcher who was nearly arrested as a capitalist spy in the Soviet Bloc, got shot off an aircraft carrier, survived in the Kurdish capital as the Ayatollah held hostages in Tehran, and developed missile inertial guidance systems while his frat brothers took Vegas (later portrayed in the movie “21”)?
Learning Session | Published: May 06, 2013