is the author of the new book, Choose
What Works: The Proven Secrets To Professional Greatness.
Howard Goldman is a partner at Management
Associates, an international management consulting firm,
which he founded over a quarter-century ago. Prior to that he served
as the Director of Artist Development for Capitol Records/EMI, developing
such artists as the Beatles, Pink Floyd, and Linda Rondstadt.
Howard Goldman is an exceptional guide
and author, making it possible for individuals and teams to
deliver results that exceed anything they thought possible.
Howard's gift is simplification focusing on the few
but critical factors that will lead to success."
President, Women in Consulting
Associates provides a broad range of consulting services
including the development of winning strategies, new ways of managing
change, and the mobilization of high-performance teams. Management
Associates has a base of operations in northern California,
as well as affiliates in Japan and Europe.
He is recognized internationally as an innovator
and expert in organizing initiatives in business that boost the
performance, profitability, and satisfaction of his clients.
Clients of Mr. Goldman include: Apple Computer,
America Online, Walt Disney Co, Estee Lauder, Inc., Morgan Stanley,
NEC, Land Rover, Computer Sciences Corp., British Aerospace, Crystal
Decisions, Sprint PCS, and many hi-tech start-ups.
Additionally he has served as a venture partner
with iMinds Ventures in San Francisco, a leading early-stage investment
firm. He was also a director of SoftBook Press, the pioneering e-book
company, as well as a director and strategic advisor to numerous
Goldman was the chairman of the faculty of the
Center for Management Design, a corporate university for senior
executives. He lectures on consultative strategies at John F. Kennedy
He received the "Breakthrough Award," and "Leadership
Award" from Transformational Technologies, his peers in the global
consulting industry, in recognition for outstanding accomplishment.
Goldman holds a B.S. Degree in Communications
from Temple University. He also served in the U.S. Coast Guard as
a medical corpsman.
He is married to Lisa Miller Goldman, resides
in northern California, and has two adult children.