- The Big Picture of Futurism, Confluence…Executive Leadership
- Shaping business trends, challenges and opportunities
- Where is business headed since the recession?
- Management Development: The Business Tree, analyzing the 7 parts-components of a successful company
- Business: The High Cost of Doing Nothing; Why good companies go bad?
- Building coalitions, collaborations and joint-ventures
- Visioning and strategic planning.
- Crisis Management and Preparedness
- Re-Engineering Change Management
Hank Moore: Executive Think Tanks and Visioning-Strategic Planning for three U.S. Presidents and organizations of all sizes.
Hank Moore is one of the world’s business experts, qualified to motivate businesses to move past the recession and strategist.
He is often the opening Futurist for conventions, staying atop trends for many industries.
Moore’s business savvy, track record, body of knowledge, case studies, and handout materials provide a more comprehensive package for business.
Hank Moore, Futurist and Corporate Strategist™ is the highest level of business expert and discusses topics that one can only cover from having advised them:
* Shaping business trends, challenges, and opportunities.
* Corporate responsibility and ethics.
* Creating and rebuilding corporate cultures.
* New ways of doing business in the future.
* Visioning and strategic planning.
* Building coalitions, collaborations, and joint ventures.
* Crisis management and preparedness.
* International business.
* How to conduct Strategic Planning.
Serious economic crises and crucial business challenges require business experts who know the strategies for recovery.
Hank Moore is one of the business visionaries who have actually:
* Turned around sagging economies at the company, city, state, and national levels.
* Saw companies through crises and recommended transforming strategies, new marketplaces, and growth opportunities.
* Changed obsolete corporate business models.
* Has his own case studies. His handling of the Tylenol crisis.
* Economic summits.
* Changed and impacted governmental cultures.
* Audited corporate ethics programs.
* Created ethics, quality, and diversity programs for major corporations.
* Has his own innovative business models.
Hank Moore has been warning about the economic crises for years. He speaks of reality and hopes for recovery. Companies that he advises do not just survive…they thrive.
A business visionary whom you should recommend to clients who need to survive in an uncertain business environment.
Growth Strategies and Tactics for Surviving and Thriving is his trademarked approach to growing, strengthening, and evolving companies while mastering change.
Leading Speaker on Business Recovery After COVID-19
* Follow-up program with the planning team and company executives on strengthening business strategy.
* In-person corporate retreats.
Uncertainty in the world makes wise information and strategies even more important. Hank Moore is a leading authority on business strategies, turnarounds, and crisis aftermath.
He is the author of “The Big Picture of Business,” with quality advice for handling crises.
Hank Moore has advised cities through recessions, violence, natural disasters, and business downturns.
Among those whom he has advised:
Littleton, CO, after the Columbine shootings,
Tylenol after tainted product,
United Way of America, after an embezzling scandal,
The California wine industry is recovering from wildfires,
cities at the crossroads of transforming themselves, advising businesses through recovery, etc.
He is a business expert with experience in advising businesses through recovery, transformation, and new directions.
Hank Moore’s 11th book, “The Big Picture of Business, Book 2” (nominated for the Pulitzer Prize)…..
What Causes Crises.
Crises can have many liabilities on companies, including loss of profits and market share.
Inevitable spin-offs include government investigations, public scrutiny, and a tarnished image.
This causes a loss of employee morale and, as a result, company productivity.
Based on research and experience with hundreds of client situations, I have found that seven types of crises exist.
Those Resulting from Doing Nothing. The biggest problem with business, in a one-sentence capsule: People exhibit misplaced priorities and impatience… seek profit and power, possess unrealistic views of life, and are not fully willing to do the things necessary to sustain orderly growth and long-term success.
Doing Things as We Always Have. Resulting from inflexible conditions, obsolete policies-procedures, procrastination, attitude, resistance to innovation, and failure to change.
Those We Bring Upon Ourselves. Don’t have sufficient management skills or resources to do something well. Ignore small problems when they occur. Won’t listen to advise.
Circumstances Beyond Our Control. Miscalculations, man-made disasters, natural disasters, shifting resources, changing marketplaces, regulations, and bureaucracies.
Bad Work, Poor Planning. Damage control for what someone else did wrong, sub-standard, behind schedule, in poor taste, without regard for quality or ill-prepared.
Averted. 85% of the time, planning and forethought will avert the crisis. So, why don’t organizations and individuals re-mediate trouble by planning on the front end?
Intervention. Getting past the current crisis does no good unless you take steps to ensure it does not recur. Planning is necessary to re-mediate current and future problems.
Crisis management and preparedness can minimize the negative impacts of any emergency. Going through the planning and implementation is a quality assurance process that strengthens any company.
Crisis communications mean banking goodwill for those times when the plan is called to the test.
One of the few national business speakers who also does entertaining keynotes and lunch speeches for conferences.
“Business Recovery Since COVID”
“Supply Chain Management”
“Leadership, The Changing Workforce”
“The Big Business Ideas,” matching his Pulitzer Prize nominated book series, “The Big Picture of Business”
“Pop Music Legends,” matching his new book
6-time Pulitzer Prize nominated
The speaker will be Hank Moore, Futurist and Corporate Strategist™. His topic is “The Big Business Ideas.”
Hank’s book series “The Big Picture of Business” has been nominated twice for the Pulitzer Prize. “The Big Picture of Business” is a trilogy, with Book 4 in production. Two others in the series are “Non-Profit Legends” and “Pop Icons and Business Legends,” both also nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. All 14 of Hank’s books have been named to the Great Books Section of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (where Hank was inducted in 1992).
Hank Moore won the Lifetime Achievement Award for community leadership. He is the highest level of business overview expert. Hank Moore’s Business Tree™ has been the most original business model for many years. The Business Tree™ is his trademarked approach to growing, strengthening and evolving business, while mastering change.
Hank Moore has advised many of the top CEOs on strategy, leadership and growth, including Disney, Marriott, Hewlett-Packard, AT&T, United Way, Texaco and hundreds more. He advises companies about the Big Picture issues which profoundly affect the business climate. He has presented Think Tanks for five U.S. Presidents and has spoken at six Economic Summits.
Moore has provided senior level advising services for more than 5,000 client organizations (including 100 of the Fortune 500), companies in transition (startup, re-engineering, mergers, going public), public sector entities, professional associations and non-profit organizations. He has worked with all major industries over his year career. He advises at the Executive Committee and board levels, providing Big Picture ideas.
Pop Music Legends, by Hank Moore, is the only book that encompasses a full-scope music perspective, whereas the other books are micro-niche focused. It covers 100 years of change and growth of the music recording industry. It is based upon the author’s involvement in music over the years, interviews with hundreds of music stars and his knowledge of pop culture.
“Pop Music Legends” has 37 chapters, fondly reviewing all eras of music. Follows Hank’s 6 Pulitzer Prize nominated business books. Love of music began in my first job as a 10-year-old radio DJ. He met Elvis Presley, The Beatles, Frank Sinatra, Dick Clark, Beyoncé and hundreds of others in music. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (radio DJ section) in 1992 by Sonny & Cher.
Pop Culture Books by Hank Moore:
“Pop Icons and Business Legends” (nominated for the Pulitzer Prize)
“Non-Profit Legends” (nominated for the Pulitzer Prize)
“The Classic Television Reference”
Business Books by Hank Moore:
“The Big Picture of Business, Book 1” (nominated for the Pulitzer Prize)
“The Big Picture of Business, Book 2” (nominated for the Pulitzer Prize)
“The Big Picture of Business, Book 3” (nominated for the Pulitzer Prize)
“The Big Picture of Business, Book 4” (nominated for the Pulitzer Prize)
“The Business Tree™”
“Power Stars to Light the Flame…The Business Visionaries and You”
“The High Cost of Doing Nothing. Why Good Businesses Go Bad.”
“The $50,000 Business Makeover” (audiobook set)
Entertainment Articles by Hank Moore:
Rolling Stone, Billboard, Cash Box, Reader’s Digest, TV-Radio Mirror, Go Magazine, TV Digest, Austin Magazine, Classic Rock, Down Beat, Community Topics, Country Music People, The Alcalde and TV Guide.
Books by Hank Moore
- The Business Tree: Growth Strategies and Tactics for Surviving and Thriving.
- The High Cost of Doing Nothing
- It’s Almost Tomorrow
- Secrets of the CEO
- Classic Television Reference