I help decision makers make better use of data at the World Bank.
I taught engineers how to be managers and entrepreneurs at the American University of Beirut.
I research how managers can use engineering techniques to manage better; published in Organization Science, EJOR, ASCE CEM, CMOT.
I coach public speakers at all levels via Toastmasters.
I do the unexpected with new technology at companies big and small.
My degrees are from MIT and Stanford, high school (British O-levels) from Kuwait, Passport from Lebanon, genes from Deraa, Syria. Wife from California.
I occasionally blog.