Christopher Meyer, founder of Monitor Talent, a company that represents leaders with provocative ideas and expertise about the future of business, science, and society, and Julia Kirby, an editor at Harvard Business Review Group, write about how true corporate leaders are stepping up to the challenge of managing the side effects that their operations have on the world.
The true story of a failed actor who - still tantalized by the promise of Los Angeles - reinvents himself as a nightclub bouncer. Working both downtown and on the Sunset Strip, he is thrust into the bloodstream of L.A.
In this highly personal memoir, Christopher Meyer tells the story of his father, Flight Lieutenant Reggie Meyer, an RAF pilot, who was shot down and killed over the Greek island of Ikaria. Through his mother’s diary and family papers Christopher Meyer pieces together a wartime story of love, tragedy and sacrifice.
A cure for Capitalism’s damaging effects may be coming from emerging economies.
Future Wealth is an indispensable guide for how to work, earn, spend, save, and manage our businesses. Listen carefully - and start creating your future wealth today.
Christopher Meyer was Ambassador to the United States from 1997 to 2003, during which time he was an eyewitness to and participant in the events following 9/11 and the preparations for the Iraq war. Never before has there been such a riveting and candid memoir of life behind the diplomatic scenes. Meyer's is an honest account of what he saw, what he heard, and how he felt.
Speed - we see its competitive value every day from the rapid product development of Silicon Valley's best, such as Intel, to the nimble responses of a large service firm such as Charles Schwab & Company. Based on 8 years of research, Dr. Christopher Meyer emphasizes creating value through customer-driven resourcing, describes key actions to accelerate innovation and operations growth, and defines the stumbling blocks to increasing speed.