June 21st, 2012 Art Kleiner
Art Kleiner is the editor-in-chief of strategy + business, the thought-provoking business journal published by Booz Allen Hamilton. He is also an author, a partner in the consulting firm Reflection Learning Associates, and a cofounder of MIT's Learning History Research Project. Art's writing and projects focus on the evolving role and methods of learning in organizations, business and society and have included collaborations with the leading business thinkers, from Peter Senge to Peter Schwartz. His award-winning books include The Age of Heretics, a history of the movement to change corporations for the better, from Kurt Lewin to Tom Peters, and Who Really Matters, an examination of power in organizations. He is also the coauthor of The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook, a frequent magazine writer, and a former editor of The Whole Earth Catalog. He teaches a course on the future of the telecommunications and media infrastructure, using scenario planning methodologies, at New York University's interactive telecommunications program. Art Kleiner Performed studies on groups and he has a group theory called "core group theory".
Gigs of Art Kleiner
Partner, Reflection Learning Associates
Cofounder, MIT's Learning History Research Project
Former editor, The Whole Earth Catalog
Instructor of scenario planning, Interactive Telecommunications Program, New York University
Works of Art Kleiner
Author, Who Really Matters, the Core Group Theory of Power, Privilege, and Success (Doubleday 2003)
Coauthor, Schools That Learn (2000)
Editor, The Dance of Change: The Challenges of Sustaining Momentum in Learning Organizations (1999)
Coauthor, Oil Change: Perspectives on Corporate Transformation (1999)
Author, The Age of Heretics: Heroes, Outlaws, and the Forerunners of Corporate Change (1996). An early version of the chapter on the origins of scenario planning was published as "Consequential Heresies" (1989).
Coauthor, The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook: Strategies and Tools for Building a Learning Organization(1994)
Author, "Ghost Stories"
Education of Art Kleiner
M.A., Journalism, the University of California at Berkeley