What can we learn from the government?

Dr. Tom Buckholtz is a business advisor and executive coach, consultant, speaker and author of several books. He has been an integral evangelist in the creation of practices such as enterprise software licensing and grassroots communication of the Republican National Committee. He has also worked for large institutions such as the US government and PG&E, and traveled the world speaking and teaching workshops about his information management philosophies. As a Commissioner in the United States General Services Administration, Dr. Buckholtz led a $1 billion telecommunications and systems-integration business unit, served as co-chief information officer for the federal government’s Executive Branch and also as GSA’s CIO, and oversaw $20 billion per year of computing and telecommunications procurement. He also serves on advisory boards for the University of California, Berkeley, Goldman School of Public Policy and the University of San Francisco School of Business and Management’s Telecommunications Management and Policy Program. Over the course of his career, Buckholtz has had more than 100 publications and published interviews.

So what does one do after all of that? Appear on Lisacast of course. Join us this Saturday at 2 pm PST live Listen to the show live on Sunday or download it after when we talk about information management, and the culture of large organizations.

Date: Saturday, June 2rd, 2007 (early air time this week)
Time: 2:00 – 2:30 am PST
Dial-in #: +1 (646) 478-4956

Call the dial-in number above at that time to join the conversation and visit me here at lisacast.com after the show for a chat. Email me directly with show requests, guest suggestions or any comments.

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