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Peter S. Cohan has written seven books, produced one audio program, been featured in eight compendiums of modern management thinking, writes two online management and investment columns, and contributes to two blogs. Cohan also edits a monthly investment-oriented newsletter -- The Cohan Letter. Cohan's books include:
Value Leadership: The 7 Principles That Drive Corporate Value in Any Economy (Jossey-Bass Publishers, A Wiley Imprint, September 2003). which has nine 5-star reviews on Amazon. BusinessWeek called Value Leadership "a new way of looking at companies that can help you decide whether to buy in."
"Value Leadership is one of the best books that I have ever read because it addresses all the stakeholders -- from employees and customers to board members and investors. Peter Cohan's Value Quotient is an excellent, pragmatic model. If I were running a corporation today, I would adopt his philosophy and process. I encourage business leaders faced with today's challenges to read it." Bill Redgate, founder and Executive Director, The Center for Values Based Leadership, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT
Value Leadership presentation video clips
Babson College press release on Value Leadership
First chapter of Value Leadership
Legal Insight Radio Interview on Value Leadership
CIOradio interview on Value Leadership
The Hindu Business Line review of Value Leadership, See a 'V' in Value
Gurusonline.tv: Competitive Advantages of Value Quotient
Gurusonline.tv: True Value
e-Stocks: Finding the Hidden Blue Chips Among the Internet Impostors (HarperCollins, 2001) was Amazon.com's top ranked personal finance book in its New and Notable page. e-Stocks received advance praise in Upside, Publishers' Weekly, Library Journal and Booklist. Investor's Business Daily chose e-Stocks as one of the top 10 investing books of 2001. e-Stocks was also published in Chinese and Italian;
e-Profit: High Payoff Strategies for Capturing the E-Commerce Edge (AMACOM, 2000) was excerpted in the Industry Standard, was an Amazon.com E-Commerce best seller, and received a favorable review in the Summer 2000 issue of MIT's Sloan Management Review. Management General nominated e-Profit as one of the top 10 business books of 2000. Soundview Executive Book Summaries selected e-Profit as one of the 30 best business books of 2000;
Net Profit: How to Invest and Compete in the Real World of Internet Business (Jossey-Bass, 1999), a September 2000 Economist best seller, was Ingram Book's second most requested book for April 1999. Management General chose Net Profit as one of the top three management books of 1999. The Washington Post called Net Profit "a savvy and discriminating guide to Internet stocks." The Industry Standard said "better than any previous book on the subject, [Net Profit] maps the true landscape of the Internet Economy." Net Profit, also published in Chinese, Spanish and Korean was updated and released in an April 2001 paperback; and
The Technology Leaders: How America's Most Profitable High Tech Companies Innovate Their Way to Success (Jossey-Bass,1997) which was published in six languages. Executive Digest chose The Technology Leaders as one of the best international technology books of 1998. Management General selected it as one of the top 10 management books of 1997 and it was nominated for the Booz-Allen Hamilton/Financial Times Global Business Book Award.
Cohan recorded an audio program distributed by Nightingale-Conant entitled
e-Profits: Compete in the Real World of Internet Business (2001)
Cohan authored two ExpressExec titles:
E-Leaders (Capstone Publishing, 2002); and
Technology Leaders (Capstone Publishing, 2002).
He is one of 40 management thinkers featured in
Business Minds: Management Wisdom from the World's Greatest Thinkers edited by Jorge Nascimento Rodrigues, Des Dearlove, Stuart Crainer, and Tom Brown (Pearson Education, 2001).
Cohan also contributed to
The Best Investment Advice I Ever Received (Warner Business, forthcoming November 2006) by Liz Claman;
Building Biotechnology (2006) by Yali Friedman
The Ultimate Book of Business Gurus (AMACOM, 1998) by Stuart Crainer;
The Financial Times Handbook of Management, Second Edition (Pearson Education Ltd, 2001) by Stuart Crainer and Des Dearlove;
FT Handbook of Management, 3rd Edition (Pearson, October 2004) by Stuart Crainer and Des Dearlove;
Business: The Ultimate Resource (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2002); and
The Capstone Encyclopedia of Business (Capstone, 2002).
Cohan authors two online management and investment columns: Reality Check, which is posted at Jorge Nascimento Rodrigues's G u r u s o n l i n e.t v and TechTrends for Computerworld Philippines. He also writes his own blog, The Informed Observer, and for AOL money & finance's Bloggingstocks.
Prior to starting his firm, Cohan worked at CSC/Index with Jim Champy, co-author of Reengineering the Corporation and at the Monitor Company, a strategy consulting firm co-founded by Michael Porter, a professor at Harvard Business School. He also worked as an internal consultant in the banking and insurance industries. Cohan earned an MBA from Wharton, did graduate work in Computer Science at MIT and holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Swarthmore College. Cohan also serves on the board of directors of The Massachusetts Alzheimer's Association.
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