Frank's professional background in strategy, performance management and organizational behavior gives him a strong perspective across many domains in business and IT. He is an exceptional speaker at conferences all over the world, and was recently called an “intellectual provocateur” and “having an unusual warm tone of voice.” More down to earth, his daughter once described it as “my daddy sits in airplanes, stands on stages, and tells jokes.”
Frank is the author of five books, including "Performance Leadership" (McGraw-Hill, 2008), "Dealing with Dilemmas" (Wiley, 2010) and "Socrates Reloaded" (Beingfrank, 2012). One of the case studies from his book “Dealing with Dilemmas” is also available as a Harvard Business Review case study. Frank is also a visiting fellow at Cranfield University School of Management, a regular guest lecturer at London School of Economics, and a TDWI Fellow "Emeritus". Also see Frank’s LinkedIn page, and his entry on Wikipedia.