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Dinesh is considered to be a global citizen. He was born in India, moved to the U.S. in his twenties, and worked in the U.S. for another twenty years prior to his work in 15 different countries. He is an engineer by training with an extensive background in Total Quality, Six Sigma, and in creation of learning communities. In addition to supporting implementation of the ideas in “True Wealth” for all concerned, he actively supports peace initiatives and challenges of wealth and prosperity as a co-founder of FHED www.FHED.org.

He is a contributing author to Learning  Organizations: Developing Cultures for Tomorrow’s Workplace, and Community Building: Renewing Spirit and Learning in Business. You can visit his website at www.globalcitizenship.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Verna http://www.vernaallee.com is an internationally recognized thought leader and author in value networks, knowledge management, intangibles, and new business models. She contributes to a variety of business journals, books, and prestigious reports. Verna is a frequent keynote presenter at conferences nationally and abroad, and creator of innovative methodologies. She and her own value network, Verna Allee Associates, consult with global corporations, entrepreneurial startups, government agencies, and public sector organizations. Verna acts as advisor for special projects with Stanford University, the Brookings Institution, The European Commission, and Digital4Sight. She is affiliated with the World Business Academy, the Asian Knowledge Management Association, Alliant International University, and KonvergeandKnow, which publishes the online Verna Allee Toolkit http://www.alleetoolkit.com.

Her latest book, The Future of Knowledge: Increasing Prosperity through Value Networks, was released in 2003, while her first book, The Knowledge Evolution, (1997) is a continuing best seller in the knowledge management field. Verna lives in Northern California, surrounded by sisters, friends, pets, and wildlife.