At Accenture and The Monitor Group, John created attention-getting, profit-building perspectives for some of the most successful companies in the world, on subjects from wireless and ecommerce to globalization and video games. He has defined the challenge of attention management, coined the term "phone wallet," created new educational and training systems, and envisioned a world where we could all make decisions from a place of Good. A summa cum laude graduate of Harvard and the first person to complete its integrative Ph.D. in business, John has lived and worked throughout Asia, consulting to leaders on both sides of the Pacific. Teaching at more than a dozen universities around the world, he developed courses on leadership, media, multinational management, ecommerce, strategy, group psychology, organizational behavior, and emerging economies. His most recent book, Good vs Good, has been described as Maslow's Hierarchy for the social world.