- What the World’s Best Companies Know: Are Doing Right Now
- Talent Is Overrated – Real Truths of Great Performance
- Business is changing: Competition, technology, government’s role, & balance of global economic power are shifting massively
- Economic Trends: Debt is still biggest threat to U.S. security
- Global Competitiveness
- Government Regulation
- Intersection of Politics and Business
- Health Care: We’re Having the Wrong Debate About Rising Health Care Costs
- Secrets of High Achievers
Geoff Colvin, M.B.A., is an award-winning thinker, broadcaster, on today’s most significant trends in business.
Senior Editor, Fortune Magazine – Washington has become the center of the action for business and the economy and Geoff speaks on the topics of today’s most significant trends in business
Taxes, spending, deficits, health care, inflation, interest rates, regulation, energy, education – all these critical issues and more are dramatically in play, affecting your organization in deep and lasting ways.
He has become one of America’s sharpest and most respected commentators on leadership, globalization, wealth creation, the infotech revolution, and related issues.
As anchor of Wall Street Week with FORTUNE on PBS, he spoke each week to the largest audience reached by any business television program in America.
Colvin has engaged hundreds of audiences on six continents.
He is also a skilled on-stage interviewer whose subjects have included Jack Welch, Henry Kissinger, Richard Branson, the Prince of Wales, Bill Gates, Alan Greenspan, Steve Case, Ted Turner, George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush, Rudy Giuliani, Meg Whitman…
He is heard daily on the CBS Radio, where he has made over 10,000 broadcasts and reaches seven million listeners each week.
He has appeared on Today, The O’Reilly Factor, Good Morning America, Squawk Box, CBS This Morning, ABC’s World News, CNN, PBS’s Nightly Business Report….
Geoff Colvin’s regular column, his frequent cover stories for the magazine, and his broadcasts on Radio, have garnered him millions of eyes and ears who count on and respect his insights on the issues driving change in business and the economy.
One of the most respected voices in business journalism, Colvin helps business look ahead at the key issues impacting business today: the global economy; government regulation; the impact of Washington politics/policy on the business environment and the economy; health care; leadership and management; global competitiveness….
The insights he delivers are remarkable in their clarity, giving leaders the perspective they need to make better decisions about the future of their business.
This is Geoff’s written work in Fortune Magazine.
A world in chaos? That may be good news.
Outrage and pain are the words for 2012. They may finally force us to confront mega-problems the world has been avoiding.
Here comes the big profit lie
Wall Street expects corporate miracles in 2012, and that means trouble.
The Leadership Interview: Wal-Mart’s Makeover
In the smiley-face years, Wal-Mart marketing was frankly amateurish. CMO Stephen Quinn tells how he’s transforming it.
Can Wall Street Thrive Again?
The financial industry is besieged by protesters. It’s also facing a slow-growth world and a wave of new regulation. To flourish again, the big firms must change in painful ways.
Rahm Emanuel: Chicago’s new boss
Interview with Rahm Emanuel, Mayor of Chicago
Sam Palmisano’s legacy of leadership at IBM
The CEO steps down leaving his company in great shape. Will that legacy last?
Southern Co.‘s Tom Fanning bets big on nukes
Interview with Tom Fanning, CEO of Southern Company
Leadership and Management
Intersection of Politics and Business
Secrets of High Achievers
Organizations Geoff Colvin has spoken for:
American Apparel and Footwear Association
American Association of Health Plans
American Bankers Association
American Council of Life Insurers
Association of Executive Search Consultants
Assisted Living Federation of America
American Gaming Association
American Hotel and Lodging Association
American Psychological Association
American Society of Safety Engineers
Bank of America
B. Braun Medical
Broadridge Financial Solutions
Canadian Finance and Leasing Association
CB Richard Ellis
CCC Information Services
Center for Audit Quality
Central Texas Economic Conference
Computer Sciences Corp.
CSP Information Group
Credit Union Executives Society
Development Dimensions International
Direct Marketing Association
Dairy Management Inc.
Edison Electric Institute
Experian Simmons Consumer Research
Financial Executives International
Federal Home Loan Bank Board
Financial & Insurance Conference Planners Fifth Third Bank
Food Marketing Institute
Human Capital Institute
Human Resources Planning Society
Huron Consulting Group
International Business Leaders Forum
International Council of Shopping Centers
International Foodservice Manufacturers Association
International Franchise Association
Kansas City Area Development Council
Maryland State Department of Education
MTB Investment Advisors
National Alcoholic Beverage Commission Association
National Multi-Housing Council
National Business Travel Association
National Pork Producers Council
National Restaurant Association
National Retail Federation
National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corp.
Nebraska Workforce Development
New York Presbyterian Hospital
North Texas Commission
Ontario Teachers Pension Plan
Pacific Coast Builders Conference Pension Real Estate Association
Price Waterhouse Coopers
Property Casualty Insurers Association of America
Prudential Real Estate
PSCU Financial Services
Pulp and Paper Foundation
Ray & Berndtson
Sappi Fine Paper
Secretary of Defense Corporate Fellows Program
Sports Executive Leadership Conference
Shelter for Abused Women and Children (Naples, Florida)
Society for Human Resource Management
St. Francis Health System
Staffing Industry Analysts
Truckload Carriers Association
United Dominion Realty Trust
University of Charleston
University of Chicago
University of Delaware
University of Tennessee
Urban Land Institute
Utah League of Cities
World Congress of Sport
White & Case
Zurich North America
Books by Geoff Colvin, M.B.A.
- Talent Is Overrated: What Really Separates World-Class Performers From Everybody Else
- The Upside of the Downturn: Ten Management Strategies to Prevail in the Recession and Thrive in the Aftermath
- Angel Customers & Demon Customers