In 2005, without having a real plan, I began jotting down ideas for phrases or acronyms, either recycled from other contexts or invented, that describe or summarize situations in corporations and corporate governance that many people will recognize. I set up the Corporate Realist website in 2007 to showcase some of that work.
Around 2009, I decided to expand beyond phrases and acronyms into something more expansive – a book drawing on my 38 years of experience in the world of Information Technology, in the UK, Europe and the United States.
I have been working slowly on this project for a long time, but now it is time to focus more seriously and deeply on it and bring it to fruition.
This website will be the shop window for the Corporate Realist series of publications. It will showcase articles that I have written in the past about various aspects of corporate governance, and will contain excerpts from the upcoming Corporate Realist book series.