Roberts & Roberts Associates
Lon Roberts, Ph.D.

Read Lon's article in Defense AT&L magazine,
Too Busy To Think: Cost, Consequences, and Causes of Multitasking Mania

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Lon Roberts draws on 35 years of experience in business, academia, and the military to bring multiple perspectives to bear on his presentations and consulting engagements. As a speaker and writer he is known for his ability to cut through the "tech-speak" and "mind-numbing numbers" to make complex topics interesting, entertaining, and relevant to non-specialists. During his career, he has held positions ranging from nuclear engineering specialist, college professor, systems engineer, program manager, to consortium director and is currently Principal Partner and Sr. Consultant with Roberts & Roberts Associates, a management consulting firm based in Plano, Texas. Lon's academic credentials include a Ph.D. from the University of Oklahoma and B.S. and M.S. degrees from Oklahoma State University, and he has also completed graduate work in business management from the University of Dallas. Among other publications, Lon is the author/coauthor of four books: SPC for Right-Brain Thinkers: Process Control for Non-Statisticians; Process Reengineering: The Key to Achieving Breakthrough Success; Fast Fatless Facts on Negotiating; The ASTD Handbook for Technical and Skills Training; and three books in progress: Leading Accelerated Projects; Managing Stress in High-Pressure Projects; and The 30 Percent Principle: Growing Your Contracting Business By Leaps and Bounds. He is also the author of the children's book, Where Do Magical Banjos Come From?

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