About J. Scott Shipman
Scott is the owner of SHIPMAN Federal Services, Inc., a consulting firm he established in 2004 that specializes in the application of John Boyd’s leadership strategies in the workplace. Scott provides his customers with unique insight on issues of leadership, organizational culture, and strategic planning, using the To Be or To Do model he developed. In addition to the To Be or To Do blog, he blogs at zenpundit.com and Fear, Honor, and Interest.
In addition to his interests in organizational excellence and strategy, Scott is a self-educated student of strategic naval issues of our day. His other interests, which will be reflected at the blog, include philosophy, history, cognitive psychology, design theory, politics, law, systems theory, complexity theory and the work of the late John Boyd. He has been published in Defense News and has a forthcoming book titled To Be or To Do.
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