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About the author:
Dr. Thomas J. Buckholtz played pivotal roles in the following endeavors: _Create lines of business for a $1 billion (annual revenue) business unit. _Save $100 million per year for a $6 billion company. _Pioneer three information technologies. _Establish three information-technology marketplace business practices. _Develop useful, leading-edge business, engineering, and scientific software. _Double a two-person firm's revenue, for each of two consecutive years. _Preserve 7 kilometers of Pacific Ocean coastline. _Create an international service program. _Improve governmental service (from all levels of government) for the American public. _Create a grassroots line-of-business for a United States political party's National Committee.
Tom served in the following capacities: _Executive leading a $1 billion business unit; _Corporate officer and advisor for startups; _Chief information officer (CIO) for a $10 billion enterprise; _Co-CIO for the United States federal government's Executive Branch; _Program leader advocating innovation, enhancing teamwork, and providing information technology throughout a $6 billion company; _Commissioner, United States General Services Administration; _Mathematician; _Scientist; _Engineer; _Professorial Lecturer; _University Extension Instructor; _Speaker; _Workshop provider; _Author; _Business advisor; _Innovation consultant.
Dr. Buckholtz's clients and employers have included large and small enterprises in aerospace, agricultural research, business services, computing, defense, education, energy utilities, government, healthcare, high technology, innovation, insurance, Internet, law enforcement, politics, research and development, telecommunications, and venture capital.
His education includes the following: _Earn a B.S. in mathematics from the California Institute of Technology. _Earn a Ph.D. in physics from the University of California, Berkeley. _Complete business administration programs at Stanford University and the University of Michigan.
He is the author or a coauthor for articles, books, chapters, or reports regarding physics, applied physics, mathematics, computer science, applied computing, computer-based games, software licensing, innovation, systems-thinking tools, the information age, information proficiency, service science, governmental service to the public, and the role of chief information officers.
Create Crucial Insight
Use Direct Outcomes checklists. Think well. Do great.
Dr. Thomas J. Buckholtz
Insight matters. People use insight to be aware, to plan, to achieve, and to appreciate achievements. Needs for crucial insight range from personal to global.
Now, you can use Direct Outcomes checklists to create crucial insight - easily and quickly - throughout your work. People use Direct Outcomes to frame issues, solve problems, and create opportunities.
Address pivotal questions such as the following. “What services do our customers need?” “What do we need to do?” “How well do we need to do it?” “Who best should do it?” “What impact will it have?” “What should we say?” “What else should we consider?” Gain crucial, situation-specific insight.
Dr. Thomas J. Buckholtz wrote this book so that you can use Direct Outcomes, think well, create crucial insight, use the insight, do great, and thrive.
- Publication Date:
- 1466283505 / 9781466283503
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 8" x 10"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Business & Economics / Decision Making & Problem Solving