Fred Phillips, author of The Conscious Manager. (Photo by Mark Hashizume.)

Schedule of talks & signings

(Not all of these appearances are about The Conscious Manager, but all are opportunities to converse with you if you are in the same city!)

January 13, 2000 New Mexico International Trade Conference, Hyatt Hotel, Albuquerque.

February 29, 2000 Western Regional Science Association, Sheraton Kauai Resort, Kauai.

June 19, 2000 Institute for Operations Research & the Management Sciences (INFORMS), Seoul, Korea.

August 28-31, 2000 Curitiba 2000, Curitiba, Brazil.

Would you like to schedule a book talk or seminar with Fred Phillips at your bookstore, university, company or dojo? Inquire via email.


Favorite links

My lovely wife runs a business providing imprinted corporate logo and promotional items to technology companies. It is called Lasting Impressions Advertising & Gifts.

I am Associate Editor of a nifty and stimulating scholarly journal, Technological Forecasting & Social Change.


Other books by Fred Phillips

The books I've edited are available from the IC2 Institute in Austin, or from the publisher. Royalties from these books - which unlike The Conscious Manager are on technical business topics - go to the IC2 Institute.

F. Phillips (ed.), Concurrent Life Cycle Management: Manufacturing, MIS and Marketing Perspectives. IC2 Institute of the University of Texas at Austin, 1990.


F. Phillips and J.J. Rousseau (eds.) Systems and Management Science by Extremal Methods: Research Honoring Abraham Charnes at Age 70, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell MA, 1992.


F. Phillips (ed.),Thinkwork: Working, Learning and Managing in a Computer-Interactive Society. Praeger, Westport, Conn., 1992.


S. El-Badry, H. Lopez-Cepero, and F. Phillips, (eds.), US-Japan Shared Progress in Technology Management and Technology Policy. IC2 /JIMT monograph #2, 1994.


W.W. Cooper, D.V. Gibson, F. Phillips, and S. Thore (eds.), IMPACT: How IC2 Research Affects Public Policy and Business Practices. Greenwood (Quorum Books), Westport, Conn., 1997.


 Market-Oriented Technology Management is a textbook.

F. Phillips, Market-Oriented Technology Management: Principles & Issues, forthcoming.


Final note

Here is what started the whole crazy career track. From the Evanston Review, 1965: