Books and Articles by Nat
Nat in the Press
Huffington Post: “Stop Guessing: An Interview with Nat Greene”
The Globe and Mail: "Use Step-by-Step Analysis to Find the Roots of Your Problem"
The Matt Townsend Show: "Great Problem Solvers"
Critical Mass Radio Show: “Nat Greene”
This Week in America with Ric Bratton: "Stop Guessing by Nat Greene"
Jim Blasingame, Small Business Advocate: “Use these specific problem-solving techniques”
Jim Blasingame, Small Business Advocate: “How to become a better problem solver”’
Consulting Magazine: "One on One With Stroud Consulting's Nathaniel Greene"
Fast Leader: Nat Greene: "I Found an Inability to Find Reasonable People"
Walking the Walk: "Nat Greene - Stop Guessing!"
Entrepreneur Podcast Network: "The 9 Key Behaviors of Top Problem Solvers, Expert Tips and Advice"
Sustainable Business Podcast: “9 Effective Strategies to Stop Guessing”
Blogcritics: “Book Review: Stop Guessing”
Blogcritics: “Interview: Nat Greene”
Activia: "Interview with Problem Solver and Business Leader Nat Greene"
Fortune: “4 Things to Focus On After Making a Mistake at Work”
Fortune: “Stop Blaming Your Boss for All Your Problems”
Thin Difference: “Stop Optimizing and Solve Problems”
Businessing: "6 Ways to Set Your Small Business Apart with Problem Solving"
Consulting Magazine: "Some Sound Advice: Stop Guessing Already"
Random Acts of Leadership: Stop Giving Everyone Advice”
Jesse Lyn Stoner on Leadership: “Why You’re So Lousy at Problem Solving”
New Theory: “To Solve a Hard Problem, Change These Two Mindsets” (with Mark Rosenbaum)
Business2Community: "How to Engage Your Worksforce - Without Perks, Tips, or Pep Talks"
New Theory: “3 Tips for Unleashing Your Business’s Secret Weapon: Great Problem Solvers” (with Thorsten Hofmann)
IndustryWeek: "OEE: The Heart of the Matter"
Innovation Excellence: “The 9 Key Behaviors of Top Problem Solvers”
YoungUpStarts: “7 Surprising Truths About Guessing Your Way Out of a Problem”
HBR.org: "Big-Project Engineers Have to Deal with Too Much Red Tape"
Leadership Freak: “Misguided Questions Kill Businesses”
Bizcatalyst 360: “Learn the Root Cause of Your Setback to Bounce Back With Fury”
Byron’s Babbles: “Decision Making vs Problem Solving -- and Why the Difference Matters”
Green Thumb Leadership: “Does Going Green Need to Cost You Green?”
Leading with Trust: “Improving Your Value to Your Customers”
What Yvonne Reads: “The 9 Ways Problem Solvers Distinguish Themselves”
Money Inc: “To Cut Costs on the Road to Sustainability, Try Problem Solving”
New Theory: “Where Simple Solutions Go to Die… and How to Help Them Live” (Scott Whitbread)
CEO World: “The 9 Critical Problem Solving Behaviors Your Team Must Know”
Lead Change Group: “How to Manage Subject Matter Experts”
Business2Community: “5 Great Reasons for Getting the “Guess” out of Guesswork”
Switch and Shift: “Engaging Millennials: Unleashing a Generation in the Workforce”
Videos by Nat
Books Nat Likes
A great way to help you look at the way you approach the world and the people you care about.
Communicate more effectively by inspiring people rather that boring them in the same old way.
Stop upper-limiting yourself and grasp the opportunity that is in front of you.
Have better outcomes and better business relationships by negotiating as well as you can.
Everyone focuses on why people are unhappy. It's time for positive psychology, and this book is an accessible introduction.
A fascinating look at how the world has come to be the way it is.
A great guide for talking about the difficult stuff.
Just a masterpiece that sets the bar for intricacy in storytelling.
If you understand the key levers for progress and the major forces creating the future, you can make a respectable guess at what it will look like.