has worked in government consulting firms for almost 20 years, including three years with Arthur Andersen LLP. In 2007, he set out with partner Alan Pentz
to create a company that would apply real entrepreneurial curiosity to find new ways to solve the U.S. government’s biggest problems. The result is Corner Alliance
. Find out how this organization, triggered by a crisis in its formative years, applied the principle of collaboration
to devise a new and different kind of corporate culture.