John Lewis is a consultant, speaker, and coach on the topics of Knowledge Management, Organizational Learning, and Leadership. He is a scholar-practitioner who has pioneered new business and learning models, found in his books, "The Explanation Age" and "Story Thinking." He is a part-time professor and is also a co-founder at The CoHero Institute for Collaborative Change Leadership. John has worked for several leading global organizations and his career highlights include launching GPS satellites and being recognized by Gartner with an industry Best Practice paper for a knowledge management implementation. He earned his doctorate degree in educational psychology from the University of Southern California, with a dissertation focus on mental models and decision making.
*The School of Information faculty are superstars in the field. Therefore, it is impossible to list all of the great work they do on one page. Listed below is a small selection of recent work.
Bennet, A., Bennet, D., & Lewis, J. (2019). Leading with the future in mind: Knowledge and emergent Leadership. ISBN: 978-1949829273
Lewis, J. (2013). The explanation age. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. ISBN: 978-1452811062
International Institute for Knowledge and Innovation
International Society for Performance Improvement
Ph.D. in Education Psychology from the University of Southern California, M.A. in Instructional Design and Technology from San Jose State University, B.S. in Mass Communications from Towson University