|Mike Finley is a professional communicator with 30 years of experience writing in every realm -- print, broadcast, in-person and online.
As a journalist he specializes in stories about technology, organizations, and the human psyche. His writings on change, technology, and the future have appeared in more than 700 publications.
He has authored or co-authored over a dozen business books, including his award-winning collaboration with Harvey Robbins, Why Teams Don't Work , which won the 1995 Financial Times Global Business Book Award for best management book published in the Americas.
In the 1990s he was head writer for The Masters Forum, an executive education group based in Minneapolis, where he chronicled the ideas and insights of the world's most prominent change theorists.
For seven years Mike wrote a syndicated column on modern life, "Future Shoes," which plotted the shifting human edge of technology and change.
In the 2000s Mike took on healthcare, as web writer for the Minnesota Medical Association, where he ran an award-winning advocacy website dealing with such public health issues as tobacco, affordability, and health care reform.
In addition to, and as a complement to, his work in technology and business, Michael is a poet and storyteller with many titles.