Selected Writing Collaborations



Affordable Excellence: The Singapore Healthcare Story, by William A. Haseltine (Brookings Institute Press).

Scientist and founder of Human Genome Sciences, Haseltine is chairman and president of ACCESS Health International, a foundation dedicated to improving healthcare for people around the world. Singapore's high-quality, low-cost system is examined for the lessons it provides other nations seeking to improve their own healthcare systems. 

Excellence Award for Best Insights into Asian Societies, Asian Publishing Convention, 2013.



The Art of Perception: Memoirs of a Life in PR, by Robert Leaf (Atlantic Books). 

Leaf is the legendary international chairman of Burson-Marsteller.  He tells the fascinating, entertaining story of how he took the practice of public relations to the four corners of the earth.


What Made jack welch JACK WELCH: How Ordinary People Become Extraordinary Leaders, by Stephen H. Baum with Dave Conti (Crown Business). 

CEO coach and consultant Baum shows how life-shaping experiences shape great leaders and help propel them to the top of their organizations.  Foreign rights have sold in ten countries.


Tough Calls from the Corner Office:  Top Business Leaders Reveal Their Career-Defining Moments, by Harlan Steinbaum with Dave Conti (HarperBusiness). 

Steinbaum is the founder and former chairman of Express Scripts, a Fortune 500 company.  Based on stories gathered from some of America’s finest businesspeople,  the book explores the most impactful decisions these executives ever made, providing key lessons for every stage of an individual’s career.  Tough Calls has received excellent reviews in Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, and the Wall Street Journal.


The Inside Advantage:  The Strategy that Unlocks the Hidden Growth in Your Business, by Robert Bloom with Dave Conti (McGraw-Hill). 

Bob Bloom shows readers how to identify hidden strategic assets in a business that can form the foundation for explosive growth. Bloom is the retired US chairman of Publicis Worldwide, the giant marketing and advertising agency.  The book has been translated into several languages and was a selection of the Soundview Executive Summaries program.

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Who Killed Health Care?  America's $2 Trillion Medical Problem -- and the Consumer-Driven Cure, by Regina Herzlinger

Herzlinger is professor of business administration at the Harvard Business School and one of the world's leading experts on reforming care systems.  She has been named one of the "100 Most Powerful People in Healthcare" by Modern Healthcare.


My Life at Liz Claiborne:  How We Broke the Rules and Built the Largest Fashion Company in the World, by Jerome A. Chazen (AuthorHouse). 

Chazen is the founder and former chairman of Liz Claiborne Inc.  The book reveals the inside story of how Chazen built Liz into one of the largest and most famous clothing companies in the world.