Brian Fielkow

Corporate Culture & Executive Management Advisor, Brian Fielkow, J.D., is the author of the book, “Driving to Perfection: Achieving Business Excellence By Creating A Vibrant Culture”, a comprehensive guide for building strategic company culture that’s based on his 25 years of executive leadership experience in both public and privately held companies. Brian Fielkow is the Owner & President of Jetco Delivery, a Houston based logistics company specializing in regional trucking, heavy haul and national freight – an industry often cited as the backbone of America’s economy. As an expert on corporate culture, Brian speaks and publishes internationally providing his audiences with hands-on, practical tools that they can implement immediately to build their companies’ cultures and, as a result, “de-commoditize” their products and services. Brian has been interviewed by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Fox Business, NPR, Fast Company, Entrepreneur, Money.com, Voice of America and others. He holds his BA from University of Wisconsin-Madison and his JD from Northwestern University School of Law. Follow Brian on Twitter: @Brian_Fielkow

Recent Articles By The Author

Would a Former CEO Like Carly Fiorina Make a Good President?

Would a Former CEO Like Carly Fiorina Make a Good President?

Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, who has never held elected office, will make a run for the White House, prompting the question: Would a CEO make a good President?

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The Biggest Risk Facing Companies Like General Motors and United Airlines

To create a business environment that is both safe and profitable, business leaders need to change how they think about safety.

Seven CEO Takeaways From the Donald Sterling Episode

Seven CEO Takeaways From the Donald Sterling Episode

Banned for life and fined millions, L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling might next be forced to sell the team. For CEOs watching this unfold, what lessons are there to be learned?