- Organizational performance improves as leading executives in corporations
Don Schmincke’s irreverent humor and unconventional methods a refreshing change, and leave with the most remarkable and entertaining insights.
Schmincke began his career as a scientist and engineer. After graduating from MIT and Johns Hopkins University he became fascinated with how people perform in groups, and even more intrigued by the high failure rate of popular management theories.
With more than two decades of research using anthropology, evolutionary genetics and studies of human performance in extreme environments, he discovered that most management theories fail due to biological factors.
He admits, “my work is politically incorrect, but scientifically accurate.” Audiences love it.
He’s been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Industry Week, USA Today, and over 60 industry publications annually; appearing on CNN and in addition to hundreds of other radio and television programs worldwide.
He provides programs and helps CEOs accelerate business performance in the areas of strategy, leadership, sales, and cultural alignment.
Schmincke flies 200,000 miles annually speaking at conferences, training CEOs and working with clients in every industry from the Department of Defense to large and small corporations across every industry including the healthcare, manufacturing, distribution, information, communications, finance, and insurance sectors.
Occasionally he can be found at universities inflicting his unconventional techniques on innocent graduate students.
Books by Don Schmincke