SVP, Product Development
Craig is a co-author of Partners In Leadership’s classic New York Times bestselling book The Oz Principle and the company’s latest book Fix It: Getting Accountability Right. He is the SVP, Product Development, for Partners In Leadership with over 30 years of management and consulting experience.
Craig is the author of more than a dozen books on management and leadership, four of which have become international bestsellers—The Oz Principle, Mind of a Manager Soul of a Leader, The Strategy Game, and Creating Excellence.
Craig is an expert executive coach and partners with clients to create greater accountability at all levels of an organization and facilitates enterprise-wide cultural transformation. His partnerships have resulted in the achievement of a wide range of key results for his clients, including, increased profits, reduced costs, improved product development cycles, greater service quality, and accelerated organizational learning.
His consulting and training experience include working with American Express, Ameritech, Astellas Pharma, Beverly Enterprises, Burlington Northern, California Emergency Physicians, the Department of Defense, the Department of Energy, Ernst & Young, Florida Power & Light, Frito-Lay, Geneva Steel, Georgia Power, Halliburton, Honeywell, Hormel Foods, Hutamaki, IBM, Nokia, PepsiCo, Procter & Gamble, Sallie Mae, Samaritan Health, Shawmut Bank, Skaggs Telecommunications, Star-Kist Foods, Unilever Bestfoods, the United States Government, the University of Maryland, the University of Notre Dame, and numerous other organizations.
He has been a keynote speaker for the Association for Talent Development, the International Society for Strategic Management and Planning, the Society for Human Resource Management, the Association for Operations Management, the Planning Forum, the Executive Forum, the National Association of Manufacturers, Harvard Business School Clubs, Financial Executives International, American Management Association, and several other industry and professional associations.
Craig received his MBA with honors from the Harvard Business School and a BA in Economics from Brigham Young University. He lived in Brazil for five years and is fluent in the Portuguese language.