In 1998, I co-founded NetAge, a Boston consultancy that provides advice, education, and ideas on teams, virtual teams, collaboration, networked organizations, and organization structure.
Six books with Jeff Stamps including Networking, The Age of the Network, and Virtual Teams, published by Doubleday, Viking Penguin, and Wiley and translated around the world.
Began as a reporter at The Mercury (a daily in Pottstown, PA); pieces in The New York Times, Boston Globe, The Standard, Harvard Business Review, Global City Review , Ars Medica, Mothering, The Futurist, Mother Earth News, New Age Journal, Boston After Dark.
The Strange Beauty of Virtual Teams, Milestone Group Quarterly, Fall '07
The Virtual, Networked Organization, The Handbook of High-Performance Virtual Teams, Jossey-Bass, 2008
...Share: The Last Decade, freepint.com, Dec 20, '07
Endless Knots, this blog, named for the short story and vice-versa, first launched in 2005, then relaunched in June '07.
In 2008, I'm teaching: "Blogging for Creative Writers," Pine Manor College MFA program.
In Virtual Community, Howard Rheingold cites Jeff and me as "pioneers in electronic communication." Twenty years ago, we taught in the first online global executive education program and have participated in online experiments ever since.
Our consulting at NetAge, working with executives in global enterprises, is endlessly fascinating. And I love speaking. Invite me to address your organization.
knitting, speaking, writing, networks, virtual teams