Author; Co-founder, CultureSync
Dave is a best-selling author, management consultant, and USC faculty member.
Dave Logan co-founder CultureSync, a management consulting firm specializing in cultural change, executive coaching, and strategy, in 1997. CultureSync’s clients include Amgen, Microsoft, Kraft, Kaiser Permanente, Charles Schwab, and American Express.
Dave is also a faculty member in the Management & Organization department at USC’s Marshall School of Business at USC. From 2001-2004, he served as Associate Dean/Executive Director of Executive Education. During that time, he started the Master of Medical Management (MMM), a business degree for mid-career medical doctors. He also initiated new executive education programs (often, in concert with the USC School of Policy, Planning and Development) with organizations as diverse as the Sierra Health Foundation, Northrop Grumman, and the City of Los Angeles. He continued to oversee many programs, including one of USC’s first distance learning education courses for managers in Japan and a senior executive program at Toyota.
He is also a best-selling author, having written (or co-authored) dozens of articles, training programs and four books, including Reinventing Your Career (1996, McGraw-Hill), The Coaching Revolution (2000, Adams), Tribal Leadership (2008, HarperCollins), and The Three Laws of Performance (2009, Jossey-Bass). His work has appeared in many academic and professional journals, including a 2006 “agenda” in Sloan Management Review.
He has been interviewed on CNN, Fox, National Public Radio and most major networks.
Dave has a Ph.D. in Organizational Communication from the Annenberg School at USC.