- American Express Financial Services
- American Society for Quality Control
- Arthur Anderson
- Caux Round Table
- Dain Bosworth & Co.
- US Bank
- Fourth Shift Corp.
- Forward Wisconsin
- John G. Kinnard
- Leigh Bureau
- Luthersan Brotherhood
- Masters Forum
- Mona Meyer & McGrath
- Nicholas Fund
- Northstar Counselors
- Oxford University Press
- Padilla Speer Beardsley
- PDI International
- Philip Morris
- Piper Jaffray & Hopwood
- The Spire Group
- Voyageur Asset Management
Mike Finley is not
He's a great one. His book THE NEW WHY TEAMS DON'T
WORK was named "Best Management Book, 1995, The Americas." For six
years he was a tech columnist in the Pioneer Press. He is head writer for
The Masters Forum. He knows business and technology inside and out. Best
of all, he knows how to connect with readers, how to create
communications that linger in the mind. When every word costs
money, it better do its job, right?
In addition to his award-winning books and
columns, Michael provides his unique touch directly to organizations in
need of something special:
Ghostwriting. Your name goes on
the article or book, but Mike does the heavy lifting.
Trade Press Articles: Mike's published
in over 200 trade magazines, from American Banker to Mink
Business Articles: Reviews of management
books, interviews with biz gurus, essays on the big trends and business
themes. Examples: Across the Board, Knowledge Management,
Catalyst, PC Week, Novartis Pathways.
Letters: No one writes a letter to shareholders or
customers like Mike does. People have been known to actually read
Technology Articles: Reviews of hardware, software, and
tech trends, with a special interest in the human side of technology,
how it affects the way we work and think.
Speeches: Sometimes you need a little
personality. Mike does Powerpoint presentations, too.
Editing/Manuscript Rx. You've got a document, but it needs
a little something extra, another set of eyes.
He's done them in industries ranging from investment banking to
manufacturing software. Readable, straightforward, and prudent.
Gifts. Mike writes great,
sensitive retirement profiles, celebration pieces, officer and
biographies, and obituaries.