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How to Leverage Your Business to Adapt and Succeed with Maximizing Automation

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Larry Boyer is a trusted advisor individuals, businesses and government agencies. His work integrates the worlds of business analytics, personal development and executive coaching to help accelerate the success of individuals, teams and business. With over 15 years of experience leading innovative quantitative analysis teams, Larry brings a unique perspective, rigor and concise, no-nonsense approach to career development strategies and entrepreneurialism to his training and coaching clients.

Uniquely applying his skills that span disciplines as diverse as quantitative methods, information technology, economics and personal motivation and coaching, Mr. Boyer addresses some of the most challenging problems businesses and governments face, by designing models, making connections and gaining insight into complex and dynamic systems of human interaction. As early as 1995, Mr. Boyer was addressing policy challenges at the intersection of quantitative risk analysis, economics, societal values, co-authoring "The Problem of lntergenerational Equity: Balancing Risks, Costs and Benefits Fairly Across Generations. "1

Mr. Boyer helps his client's develop trust and credibility with regulators, auditors and other oversight entities by building trust and rapport using a combination of analytical and coaching techniques. Larry honed his skills at explaining complex concepts as an instructor of introductory and advanced economics courses at Rutgers University and Ramapo State College. In 2008 he was an invited speaker at the Congressional Model & Simulation Caucus's Leadership Summit, addressing the use of simulation modeling in finance and economics.

Grab Larry's latest book here.

 

 

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