Dave Logan is John King's co-founder and senior partner of CultureSync, specializing in cultural change, strategy, and negotiation. CultureSync's clients include Intel, Colliers International, American Express, Prudential, and Health Net.
Dave is also a professor at the Marshall School of Business at USC. From 2001-2004, he served as Associate Dean of Executive Education. During that time, he launched the largest training program in commercial real estate (with CB Richard Ellis), and new programs with dozens of organizations, from Northrop Grumman to numerous small cap financial institutions.
Currently, he teaches leadership and negotiation in the USC Executive MBA (ranked fifth in the world), and is on faculty at the Center for Medical Excellence in Portland and the International Center for Leadership In Finance (ICLIF) in Kuala Lumpur, endowed by the former prime minister of Malaysia.
Dave has written two books, Three Laws of Performance and The Coaching Revolution, in addition to Tribal Leadership, the first of which was selected for the "Warren Bennis" line of books at Wiley. His work has also been published numerous academic and professional journals, including a 2006 "agenda" in MIT-Sloan Management Review.
Dave has a Ph.D. in Organizational Communication from the Annenberg School at USC. firstname.lastname@example.org