Timothy Butler is a Senior Fellow and Director of Career Development Programs. He's well-known for publishing technical papers on career assessment psychometrics and small group dynamics in academic journals and numerous practitioner oriented articles in periodicals such as "Fortune," "Fast Company" and the "Harvard Business Review." His books include "Discovering Your Career in Business" (Addison-Wesley, 1997), "The Twelve Bad Habits that Hold Good People Back" (Doubleday, 2002), and "Getting Unstuck: How Dead Ends Become New Paths" (Harvard Business School Press, 2007). Butler is a well educated man who is very knowledgeable and well acquainted with entrepreneurial management. He has devoted his life to the business management field and his accolades are signs of his hard work and tenacity within the fields. .
Dr. James Waldroop is a principal and co-founder of Peregrine Partners. He's the Associate Director of the MBA Career Development Programs at the Harvard Business School, where he has worked since 1981. Together with Dr. Timothy Butler (also of the Harvard Business School), he developed the Business Career Interest Inventory, the Management and Professional Reward Profile, the Management and Professional Abilities Profile and the Internet-based interactive career assessment program CareerLeader. He has worked with a wide range of organizations in both the manufacturing and service sectors, from Fortune 50 corporations to smaller high-growth firms. .
Among his clients are McKinsey & Company, GTE, General Electric, Citibank, Sony Music Entertainment, KPMG Peat Marwick, BankBoston, Gillette, Boise-Cascade, Hewlett-Packard, AMS, Spaulding & Slye, Bolt Beranek and Newman, Boston Edison, the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Mercer Management Consulting, Maximus, Philip Morris, and Pittiglio Rabin Todd & McGrath. (Success.bz, 2014). Dr. James Waldroop has worked extensively in this field and has become well known in the business world for his research and work ethic on connections between the psyche and business.