Doug Neal is a Research Fellow for LEF focusing on the intersection of strategy, business operations and technology.
He co-authored the book The Networked Supply Chain: Applying Breakthrough BPM Technology to Meet Relentless Customer Demands. Doug’s point of view on consumer privacy was published in Wilson Quarterly, the journal of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
Doug has developed state-of-the-art management and other end-user systems for clients in financial services, manufacturing, healthcare and high-technology companies. Prior to joining the LEF, Doug worked at two international management consulting firms and founded an organization specializing in systems for executive management.
Doug received a BA from Haverford College, conducted special studies at the Ruhr University, and has an ABD from the University of Michigan.