Gregory Peterson, JD | Writer & PR Advisor | Former: TED Conferences Staff; Bush Fellow - Harvard Kennedy School; Lecturer - Boston U. School of Communications; Governor's Communications Director.
Paper was invented two thousand years ago. But in "the revenge of analog," an innovative Japanese paper has generated new enthusiasm among those who write with pen and ink…
The US Justice Department's case against Apple changed our conversations about privacy, encryption and security — and left many questions unanswered. Story by Gregory Peterson.
AI technology monitors big data from social and mobile messages to detect suicide risk in military veterans.
Lawyers everywhere have become aware of threats posed by cyber attacks, malware and poor data-management practices. This report covers key technological and legal trends. (Gregory Peterson, MPA/JD, for Special Counsel.)
For Elsevier's SciTech Connect Blog: A review of "Artificial Intelligence in Behavioral and Mental Health Care."
Boston writer and public affairs consultant Gregory Peterson directed TED Conference’s “UNDERSTANDING USA” project – an ambitious effort using graphic design to “make public information public.”
Co-written (as a ghostwriter) with Management Consultant and Board Advisor Christine Spadafor.
Client: Jack Myers' "Hooked Up: A New Generation's Surprising Take On Sex, Politics and Saving the World."
Practitioners who make it their business to cultivate increasingly effective work practices are the intended audience for this report. (Writer: Gregory Peterson, MPA/JD, for Special Counsel.)
Gregory Peterson wrote and designed this website for board advisor and management consultant Christine Spadafor. http://www.christinespadafor.com
If you're interested in more background information, my online resume is available here.
I helped craft and rehearse practitioner Adam Kahane's memorable speech — for the FastCompany Conference. "How To Change The World" is about the practices of scenario planning and dialogue.
It was not so long ago that the business model for a typical news organization was simple, straightforward and sustainable. But today's online journalism requires different relationships with readers and advertisers — and a shifting definition of what constitutes "news."