Paul B. Silverman’s has a highly diversified and successful track record spanning four decades serving as a senior corporate management executive, global management consultant, public and private company CEO, adjunct professor, and entrepreneur working with leading global firms, and serving as CEO/founder of both public and private companies.
Paul Silverman serves as Managing Partner of the Gemini Business Group, LLC and Gemini Business Press, and is the author of several books to help entrepreneurs survive and thrive in today's challenging new venture development arena.
The books have received positive reviews - See: http://paulbsilverman.com/books/reviews/#sthash.sLo1NjLC.dpuf.
In 2011, the 35th anniversary edition of Directors & Boards magazine featured Worm On A Chopstick: Understanding Today’s Entrepreneurial Age: Directions, Strategies, Management Perspectives in its recommended reading section “Book it: Best bets for board reading”, selecting the book as one of 8 books recommended. Directors & Boards magazine targets officers and directors of public companies, See more at http://paulbsilverman.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Book-It-Q4-2011.pdf
Paul Silverman was invited to participate in a radio Interview on The Rita Cosby Show on September 8, 2011 to offer recommendations for President Obama prior to the President’s address on strategies to create jobs and improve the economy, and also discuss recommendations in new book Worm on A Chopstick- interview starts at minute 19:00 - Hear the interview at http://paulbsilverman.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/The-Rita-Cosby-Show-September-8-20-2.mp3
The author is committed to support entrepreneurship, helping entrepreneurs launch, manage, and grow their business; developing new financing structures to fuel new ventures; and promoting new government policies needed to support and leverage entrepreneurship to create economic growth. You can access Paul Silverman’s blog at www.paulbsilverman.com/blog.
The author has held senior management positions with RCA, GTE, Xerox and IBM (SBS). He has also served in senior global management consulting positions with Coopers & Lybrand, Booz Allen and Hamilton, and James Martin Strategy, an Amsterdam-based management consulting firm, where he served as CEO for North America. He currently serves as Managing Partner at the Gemini Business Group, LLC, a global new venture development consultancy and publishing firm.
Paul Siilverman typically serves as an Executive Advisor providing senior management support in area management consulting, executive management, strategy planning, capital formulation strategies, new financing, global business development, mergers and acquisitions, strategic alliances, and new venture development. In May 2009, the Obama administration invited Mr. Silverman to consider a possible appointment in the administration to assist in areas of homeland security or health care- information for the appointment process was submitted.. See more bio at: http://paulbsilverman.com/bio/#sthash.cgWDSkXo.dpufMr.
Paul Silverman has also contributed to the education sector since 2002, currently serving as Adjunct Professor in the R.H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, and formerly in the School of Management at George Mason University and the Kogod School of Business at American University, and has taught undergraduate and MBA courses in entrepreneurship, strategy management, international, and other business courses since 2002.
The Worm on a Chopstick series and other books draw upon the author’s global experience to help entrepreneurs understand how to develop, launch, manage, and successfully grow new ventures.
The author has conducted hundreds of presentations worldwide and published numerous articles addressing strategy, policy, entrepreneurship, and new business development issues. The author holds a BS in Physics from CCNY and an MS in Management from Polytechnic University of NY, and resides in the Washington, D.C. area
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