In my work, I apply knowledge, insights, and perspectives from political science, macroeconomics (using a Modern Money Theory approach), knowledge management, organizational learning, collective intelligence, and quality management. But, at least for the present and immediate future, new content appearing here will mainly focus on economic and political issues.
I’m the Managing Director, CEO of the Knowledge Management Consortium International (KMCI), a research and training organization. In addition, I’m a Senior Fellow at Correntewire, and, also a featured blogger at New Economic Perspectives . I also blog regularly, under the byline Letsgetitdone, on economics and politics at Correntewire, and DailyKos, where I am an Administrator of the Money and Public Purpose blog.
I’m the author or co-author of more than 11 books, and 750 articles, blog posts, white papers, and reports on Knowledge Management, Policy Analysis, Political Science, Economics and Fiscal Policy, Trade Agreements, Information Technology (distributed knowledge management systems, enterprise knowledge portals, web, enterprise, and KM 2.0), Adaptive Scorecards, Risk Intelligence, Social Science Methodology, and Psychometrics.
My most recent books are:
Finally, I have taught Political Science at the Graduate and Undergraduate Levels, and have a BA from Cornell University in Government, and MA and Ph.D. degrees in Comparative Politics and International Relations from Michigan State University. In addition, I co-designed and taught 1-5 day Knowledge Management Certificate Training Workshops for KMCI, ARK Group, KM World, and the Library of Congress.