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.
"Organizational Strategies for Uncertain Times"—Developing an organizational strategy always involves making difficult choices. But in these uncertain times, the choices may become more challenging, complex and uncertain — for non-profits, businesses, government and academia. Gregory Peterson chose the venue, designed the presentation, co-wrote the speech, coached the speaker, managed social media, and prepared the blogpost.
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…
AI technology monitors big data from social and mobile messages to detect suicide risk in military veterans.
Why are women in healthcare so sparsely represented in the executive suite? That question — and related issues on gender diversity — was the focus of a special “Women in Leadership” session held earlier this year at the annual conference for the American Medical Group Association. AMGA Board of Directors member Sharon Gabrielson (Chair of the Mayo Clinic Global Business Solutions) spearheaded this timely session. Gregory Peterson researched and co-wrote the speech, designed the presentation slides, coached the speaker, edited video, and prepared this blogpost.
Board diversity and governance issues have been the subject of considerable discussion and scholarship in recent years, and deservedly so. These crucial topics are at the heart of laudable efforts to make organizations more inclusive, more transparent, and more representative of our interconnected society and evolving business environment. Gregory Peterson researched and co-wrote this post, produced the graphics, and managed social media.
Co-written (as a ghostwriter) with Management Consultant and Board Advisor Christine Spadafor.
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.