Andrea Meyer

Andrea Meyer

Author, Ghostwriter, Innovation Speaker

Boulder, Colorado

Areas of Expertise:

  • writing
  • ghostwriting
  • editing
  • innovation
  • business
  • psychology
  • cognitive psychology
  • management
  • strategy
  • supply chain
  • speaking
  • writing
Andrea Meyer is an award-winning speaker, writer and ghostwriter. Known for her practical, how-to style, she has traveled to 40 countries speaking and writing about innovation and how to get breakthrough insights. She founded WorkingKnowledge.com in 1988 works and works with CEOs, professors, and consultants to write their books, blogs, white papers, and online learning content. Her clients include IBM, Cisco, MIT, Harvard, McKinsey & Co., InnoCentive, AARP and OECD. Andrea has contributed to 35 books on business, innovation and psychology. She has an M.S. in Information Science, is a member of Mensa, and is listed in Who’s Who in America. Her most recent work can be found at www.WorkingKnowledge.com/blog

Present Yourself Present Yourself
by Kit Seeborg, Andrea Meyer
June 2013
Print: $24.99
Ebook: $21.99

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Signals from the 2015 O’Reilly Velocity Conference in Santa Clara

May 29 2015

People from across the Web operations and performance worlds are coming together this week for the 2015 O’Reilly Velocity Conference in Santa Clara. Below, we’ve assembled notable keynotes, interviews, and insights from the event. Think like a villain Laura Bell … read more

Designers as data scientists

May 29 2015

Download a free copy of “The New Design Fundamentals” ebook, a curated collection of chapters from our Design library. Note: this post is an excerpt from “Designing with Data,” by Rochelle King and Elizabeth F. Churchill, which is included in … read more

Signals from the 2015 O’Reilly Velocity Conference in Santa Clara

May 29 2015

People from across the Web operations and performance worlds are coming together this week for the 2015 O’Reilly Velocity Conference in Santa Clara. Below, we’ve assembled notable keynotes, interviews, and insights from the event. Think like a villain Laura Bell … read more

Designers as data scientists

May 29 2015

Download a free copy of “The New Design Fundamentals” ebook, a curated collection of chapters from our Design library. Note: this post is an excerpt from “Designing with Data,” by Rochelle King and Elizabeth F. Churchill, which is included in … read more

Ask the Readers: What expense do you most want to dump?

May 29 2015

This article is by editor Linda Vergon. Is there a bill you pay that you absolutely detest? Occasionally, I’ll get an attitude about paying one bill or another. (Ha! Paying taxes on April 15 is one bill that comes to mind immediately, for example.) I recognize that there is a… read more

9.3 trillion reasons fintech could change the developing world

May 29 2015

Request an invitation to Next:Money, O’Reilly’s conference focused on the fundamental transformation taking place in the finance industry. A relatively commonplace occurrence — credit card fraud — made me reconsider the long-term impact of financial technology outside the Western world. … read more

9.3 trillion reasons fintech could change the developing world

May 29 2015

Request an invitation to Next:Money, O’Reilly’s conference focused on the fundamental transformation taking place in the finance industry. A relatively commonplace occurrence — credit card fraud — made me reconsider the long-term impact of financial technology outside the Western world. … read more

Four short links: 29 May 2015

May 29 2015

Using Logs to Build Solid Data Infrastructure — (Martin Kleppmann) — For lack of a better term I’m going to call this the problem of “data integration”. With that I really just mean “making sure that the data ends up … read more

Four short links: 29 May 2015

May 29 2015

Using Logs to Build Solid Data Infrastructure — (Martin Kleppmann) — For lack of a better term I’m going to call this the problem of “data integration”. With that I really just mean “making sure that the data ends up … read more

Applied DevOps and the potential of Docker

May 28 2015

Editor’s note: this post is from Karl Matthias and Sean P. Kane, authors of “Docker Up & Running,” a guide to quickly learn how to use Docker to create packaged images for easy management, testing, and deployment of software. At … read more

Why Amateurs Make Breakthroughs #BIF10

December 03 2014

"Amateurs" have a willingness to try outlandish things, things that experts "know better" than to do. read more

Sustainable New Product Development

December 03 2014

Make sustainability decisions at the start of new product development. read more

Innovation in the Collaborative Economy

December 03 2014

The collaborative economy enables new business models (and disrupts old ones). read more

Hidden Costs Provide Hidden Opportunities

December 03 2014

When choosing areas to target for process innovations, consider the complementary - not just direct - costs and benefits read more