Jon Strickler loves helping leaders find success, investing for a better future, and riding bikes downhill fast.
Jon coaches and assists customers through Horizon Line Group in Colorado. He can be reached by email or by phone at 720 323 0793 or schedule time for an introductory meeting. You can also find him on Twitter and LinkedIn.
In business, he focuses on helping teams deliver their vision. This includes light-weight, high-impact tools like StrategyOS for leadership teams, and agile management for work teams. His work journey includes roles coaching, advising and working in more than 30 business from startup to fortune 50 in size. Among them is a startup with an exit toping 9 figures where he worked as COO helping to bring their first products to market. See the Approach page for more info.
He is a student of private investing with a focus on funding long-term success. He has raised money for his own ventures and invests in new ventures by helping them to craft their stories and by investing in their dreams. See Investing content on this site.
Despite finding the joy of biking later in life, he holds 4 USA Cycling National Championship downhill mountain biking titles and many other top podium finishes in downhill and enduro racing. To share his learnings, he coaches friends and wrote the book How to Turn a Bike which you can find on Amazon.
Jon lives with his wife and 2 children in Colorado where he bikes, skis and enjoys time with friends and family. He believes business success should be measured most by the freedom it brings to those in it. He continues practicing to build a life of passion, joy, and adventure.
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On the Quality and Innovation blog you asked about other continuous improvement blogs. I would recommend mine: Curious Cat Management Improvement blog (which has a bi-weekly post of posts from many blog. I also have a list of management improvement blogs.
John, my local ASTD chapter is putting together a program on Centers of Excellence. We looked for a good definition of a CoE and found your definition:
“A team of people that promote collaboration and using best practices around a specific focus area to drive business results.”
We also liked your examples and 5 basic needs.
Any objection if we use your definition with an upcoming presentation along with a few of your examples? [with full attribution and link to your blog]. Strictly a non-profit event for 25 members.
Thanks very much,
I am glad that you found it useful. Please feel free to use the material with acknowledgement to the site. Thank you for asking.
very interesting site. Please add me to your list.