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Mark N. Clemente
Mark N. Clemente
Mark N. Clemente, president of Clemente Communications Group, is a noted consultant and the author of four books and dozens of journal articles on management communications, organization development and corporate growth. He holds a master's degree in strategic communication and leadership. Mark has worked as a consultant and trainer for more than 20 years and has directed large-scale assignments for numerous Fortune 500 and major middle-market clients. Prior to forming CCG, Mark served as president of Clemente, Greenspan & Co., Inc. - a business development consulting and research firm; National Director of Marketing and Communications for Alexander & Alexander Consulting Group Inc.; a director of national business development for Coopers & Lybrand; a vice president at Howard J. Rubenstein Associates; and a senior account manager at Ogilvy & Mather Public Relations. Mark’s writings have been translated into foreign languages throughout Europe and Asia. Mark is the author of a popular encyclopedic dictionary of marketing and sales, an executive leader's guide to effective organizational communications, and two best-selling books on strategic mergers and acquisitions. He is a regular editorial contributor to prominent business journals and has written a monthly column for smartpros.com - a leading e-newsletter for professional service providers. Mark has been quoted widely in such publications as The New York Times, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, Barron's, Human Resource Executive, Harvard Management Update and Executive Leadership. Mark is an internationally recognized expert on organization development and corporate growth and has spoken worldwide on the subjects before professional and academic groups, including Cornell University Law School. Active in community affairs, he is a national program coordinator for the America's Rising Stars Youth Leadership initiative.

Books by Mark N. Clemente:


Organizational Acupuncture

Organizational Acupuncture
The Marketing Glossary

The Marketing Glossary

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