Bob Andelman

Bob
Andelman

bob@andelman.com

Bob Andelman is the host and producer of Mr. Media® Interviews. He is also the author or co-author of 12 books, including Mind Over Business with Ken Baum, The Consulate with Thomas R. Stutler, The Profiler with Pat Brown, Built From Scratch with the founders of The Home Depot, The Profit Zone with Adrian Slywotzky, Mean Business with Albert J. Dunlap, and Will Eisner: A Spirited Life. Click here to see Bob Andelman's Amazon Central author page. He is a member in good standing of the American Society of Journalists and Authors.

Articles
The Mid-South 
Slowly but steadily, meetings, conventions, and incentive events are returning to the Mid-South cities damaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Nowhere is
Atypical: Laabs Brings Varied Experiences to Meeting Planning 
Jonathan Laabs can't understand why Religious Conference Manager would want to profile him. I'm not a typical planner, he says in that gentle, unassuming
Faithful Traveler: Service Led to Posts Around the World 
J. Robert Fiol Bob, if you please grew up in India in a family of ministers. His parents were missionaries, and his two older brothers are ministers.
Inside a Disney Unconference 
The topic of the session he was in charge of facilitating was: E-mail Sucks! That was how Ben Christen, manager of technology at Walt Disney Internet
Turning Meetings Upside Down 
If Elliott Masie were king of the forest, the woods would be blanketed with Wi-Fi, every encounter between predator and prey would be televised, and the
Engineer of Growth: Stewart Thrives in More Than One Role 
George Stewart always thought he'd spend his life as an engineer, or managing engineers, or teaching engineering. But building a Baptist church almost
The House that Whirlpool Built 
The Symphony of Hundreds of hammers hammering, a half-dozen circular saws buzzing, and 800 Habitat for Humanity corporate volunteers grunting was a sweet
Meeting Effectiveness 101 
Many of the Greatest concepts that flowed from Intel Corp. over the past quarter century can be traced, in some way, back to the mind of Andrew S. Grove.
Devoted: Miller Works Hard for RCMA 
You'll have to forgive Elaine Miller if she seems a bit distracted. After all, how focused would you be on being interviewed if you were reclining on
Managing Meeting Pros, Part 2 
How to find the best talent, and evaluate and compensate your staff
Mid-South States 
What's New Louisiana and Mississippi, in the heart of the Mid-South region, took a serious blow from Hurricane Katrina last year. But the region is coming
The Big Time: Clemmer Embraces Challenging Job 
Is there anything tougher than following in the footsteps of a legend? No matter what line of work a person is in, the challenge of living up to a respected
Managing Meeting Pros 
Secrets to maintaining everyone's sanity in a pressure-cooker environment
Decoding Incentive Tax Codes 
Interpreting the U.S. tax code with respect to any industry can be tough, but the subtleties of the tax code in relation to incentives are downright perplexing.
Motivating Meeting Planners 
Are planners a tougher crew to manage than other employees? You bet. For starters, they need to be offered different incentives than their co-workers.

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