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Just as he stands as captain at the helm of the Midnight Sun, a 68-foot ocean sailing vessel, Richard Jorgensen, Ph.D. (hc) stands at the helm of Awareness Communication Technology, LLC (AwareComm®) as its founder and CEO.

As founder, Dr. Jorgensen dedicated 30 years of his life to capturing and translating his insights into Dynamic Relational Models™ and now is translating them into interrelated Interactive algorithms based upon those models for the benefit of mankind.

The wisdom and strength required to fuel his vision for AwareComm® is sourced from some of the greatest minds of our history.

Enlightenment is not what we choose to shine the light on.
Enlightenment is the discovery of the source of the light

RICHARD JORGENSEN

Discover the Origin:
It Began on the Other Side

Discover the Path:
LinkedIn (see his accomplishments)

Discover the Vision:
Culture of Change eMod Video

Discover the Success:
Pocket Wisdom for Life

Accomplishments/Projects (from LinkedIn)

Developed the Pocket Wisdom Insights (PWI) Collaboration Laboratory (Co-Lab™) Institute

Oct 2018 – Present

Project description:

A Co-Lab™ Institute is likened to what every successful company has a board of directors. It follows proven principles of a board that brings together heritage and legacy. The “selected mini board of directors” of a Co-Lab™ are supported by Pocket Wisdom Insights so people can become effective communicators and goal orientated implementers in a board atmosphere that provides monitoring and guidance to teach monitoring and guidance.

  • Private Branded Co-Lab™ institutes are predefined entities that build collaboration and empowerment within organizations and community cultures
  • Co-Lab™ Institutes are designed and structured to provide organizations and community cultures with the tools to more effectively communicate and engage
  • Co-Labs™ are designed to be Self-funding – Self-perpetuating – Self-regulating

See project

Developed the Pocket Wisdom Insights (PWI) Collaboration Laboratory (Co-Lab™) Platform

Sep 2016 – Present

Project description:

Through Collaboration – Productivity Multiplies

The Co-Lab™ platform is a diverse collection of integrated technologies. Under the control of a Co-Lab™, previously diverse platforms function seamlessly as one to achieve a consolidated vision and purpose.

  • Problem Answer, Implementation
    • Perception to see all the facts
    • Thinking to connect all the facts
    • Creativity to rearrange the connections
    • Communication to inform and engage all stakeholders
    • Data Science to collect and provide sentience feedback to all stakeholders
  • Collaboration is a process of recognizing the real Problem, defining an Answer and developing a solution to implement the answer in a way supported by all stakeholders
  • Publishing using dynamic relational models, storytelling and Socratic conversation
  • Intelligent support to maintain the continued implementation of the agreed answer

The Co-Lab™ platform itself is a technology in which we take multiple specialized systems and connect them together under a single app to create a seamless, fully integrated ecosystem.

  • Desktop
  • Server
  • Web apps
  • Cloud apps
  • Azure apps
  • Azure Data Science
  • Azure Artificial Intelligence

A single, easy to use desktop app (Co-Lab™) controls all of it. This app, called a Personal Dashboard, was in fact created by a Co-Lab™, using the tools, architecture and technology insight inherent in this platform. Thus, the platform itself was self-replicating.

See project

Formalized and Memorialized PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

Aug 2016 – Present

Project description:

History doesn’t repeat itself, we repeat history.

Richard Jorgensen, Ph.D. (hc)

  • AwareComm’s solution of using computer-based learning methodologies proved to address individual and social cultural challenges with amazing results, yet the we realized that for the solution to maximize its impact it must re-position to scale the solution for cultural change
  • The Co-Lab™ project is the accumulated insights and research of our legacy, heritage and past projects – packaged into a deliverable, scalable and transferable apps
  • This process enables us to come from a world of divided opinion (a truth) to return the certainty of philosophy (the truth)
  • PWI Co-Lab™ methodologies and practices:
    • Bridge Theory to Practical Application with 87 Top Professionals
    • Deliver concrete experiences that expand our thinking
    • Deepen our understanding to stimulate higher-order cognitive functioning
    • Allows us to go beyond just the result or the goal and collect new insight for further exploration

See project

Developed Co-Lab™ Publishing Using PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

Jul 2016 – Present

Project description:

  • Co-Lab™ Publishing Project was developed to standardize diversified content, and yet keep consistency of the goal
  • A proprietary modular ePublishing system supports self-evaluation (reader engagement) and the collection of data science (sentience research)
  • This project focuses on taking the wisdom, knowledge and insight from the heritage and legacy of proven authors, researchers, trainers, consultants, scientists and hard-working people and packaging it into transferable and scalable applications
  • Publishing includes the creation of dynamic relational models, storytelling/parables and Socratic conversation

See project

Developed Co-Lab™ Solutions Orientated Support (SOS) Process and Career Development Using PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

Jun 2016 – Present

Project description:

  • Developed Co-Lab™ Solutions Orientated Support (SOS) Process and Career Development
  • Co-Lab™ SOS Project was developed to allow for cultural collaboration and engagement of the publishing platform and content, by putting human sentience back into technology, through an interactive Solution Oriented Support (SOS) system
  • This system was designed to create a consistent and engaging customer experience as well as support job and career development and soft skills training within the Co-Labs

See project

Re-evaluation of a Research Heritage – Discovering PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

May 2016 – Present

Project description:

Real Research – re-searching our history – we don’t have to make new mistakes in order to make new discoveries.

Richard Jorgensen, Ph.D. (hc)

Using this principle, we go beyond simply learning the lessons of success to expand insight uncovering hidden successes as well as identify hidden challenges.

The following projects represent the years (30+) of Pocket Wisdom Insights Re-Searching that resulted in the Development of PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies.  

Microsoft Front-Runner Program and Gold Certification Partnership

Nov 2005 – Present

Project description:

  • In 2005, AwareComm® joined the Microsoft Partner Team
  • Went from not being a partner to being a Gold Partner in 45 days, with 107 certified Win 7 products, the largest number of products from a single company and the fastest to achieve gold (according to Microsoft) with a substantial write-up on AwareComm®, published by Microsoft
  • In 2006, AwareComm® was elevated to a Gold Partner to explore resources
  • In 2007, AwareComm® became a Quad Gold Partner to add more resources for its research
  • In 2016, AwareComm’s CEO was asked to take a seat at the Microsoft Cloud Alliance advisory board

Creating Employee Driven Cultures with Entry-level Employees from a 2-Billion Company, as Well as Staff from an Aerospace-based Education Institution – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

2016 – 2018

Project description:

  • Using PWI Co-Lab™ Methodology: Explored and researched ways to create employee driven cultures in an established company powered by millennials
  • Additional Adjunct Co-Lab™ was created with on-going research in a Pilot group
  • Invaluable research on Millennials was gathered and published

See project 

Repackaged Chiropractic Treatment to Strengthen Medical Community Acceptance and Individual Confidence – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

2017

Project description:

  • Program researched and defined how to repackage chiropractic treatment to be viewed as noncompetitive and accepted by the medical sphere of healthcare
  • Strengthened cohesion and facilitated adoption of a common vision for a medical association

See project 

Developed the Strategy and Positioning to Implement Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) as a Part of an International Program – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

2016

Project description:

  • Educational Program for UAS program was developed and packaged
  • Program is ready to go – ready for partner implementation in organizations and schools
  • Through partnership, an environment of principle based learning, experiential education, interactive mentorship and a community of wisdom is created
  • Goal is to create a new generation of responsible and ethical UAS operators and controllers

See project

Microsoft Cloud Development Playbooks: Contributed to 4 Highly Impactful Practice Development Playbooks

2016

Project description:

AwareComm® was invited to the prestigious Microsoft Cloud Alliance and selected to contribute to the Cloud Business Playbooks for the next generation of business and technology.

These Playbooks are collections of careful and powerful guidance for Microsoft Partners to build their business practices and effectively integrate in the Microsoft Cloud Alliance. They provide the essential blueprints and tools to develop, analyze, manage, and secure an effective cloud practice that’s built to last.

  • Enterprise Mobility & Security Playbook
  • Cloud Application Development Playbook
  • Cloud Infrastructure & Management Playbook
  • Data Platform & Analytics Playbook

See project 

Emotional Sobriety – Developed, Tested and Implemented a Core Add-On to 12-Step Recovery Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

2015

Project description:

See project 

Re-Searching: AwareComm® Researched and Developed a Practical Solution for the Healthcare Industry – Who Had Risen to be the Third Largest Cause of Death by Preventable Medical Errors

2014

Project description:

  • Created the MDII (Medical Device Interoperability Incubator)
  • Presented at the global Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AMMI) Conference, where AwareComm® was recognized for its cultural answer to support interoperability using PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies
  • Recognized in medical publications:

See project 

FAA HIMS Addiction Recovery Project – Added Emotional Sobriety Aftercare, Re-Searching the PWI Co-Lab™ 5 Dimensions of Recovery Methodologies to Enhance Existing Programs

2013

Project description:

Implemented: On-going Physical, Emotional, Financial, Relationship and Social Sobriety approach and courses supported by Pocket Wisdom Insights Series (PLT™ Life Skills and Soft Skills Courses)

Results:

  • Added Emotional Sobriety to the existing substance abuse program for airline pilots
  • Amplified a 91% success rate of long-term recovery to 12 Step Principles
  • Reduced the standard 5-year completion rate down to 1 year

See project 

Homeless Veterans Rehabilitation – Implement Long-Term Addiction Recovery/Employment, Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies with High Success Rate

2009

Project description:

  • Implemented: “Create a Team Culture” using Personal Learning Technology™ (PLT)
  • Results: Long-term physical and emotional sobriety

Fifteen years ago, I enrolled myself in a Homeless Rehabilitation Center that addressed addiction /recovery/personal life skills and applying these life skills for dealing with relationships, jobs, etc… The program in 30 days changed my life… That change has stuck with me for 15 years. Using the Personal Awareness Program (Pocket Wisdom) Principles…

Rod

See project

Mentorship – Adopt a Grandpa Project: Working With Young Girls Facing Challenges of Uncertainty and Seeking Role Models – Re-searching Co-Lab® Methodologies

2007

Project description:

  • Mentorship: Working with principles under a surrogate grandpa role
  • A young girl mentee wrote a book to guide her and others through the critical steps of life

See project 

US Chamber of Commerce Examines Pathways to Enhance Commerce – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

2007

Project description:

  • Founding Member, Mid-Market Task Force
  • Using technology to reach the world…”…the process was very painless and easy to follow”… “no starting over”

See project 

Publishing: Repurposing Water Books by David Reynolds, World Renowned Expert on Application of Japanese Psychology – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

2005 – 2006

Project description:

  • Re-published David Reynolds’ books/audio into Personal Learning Technology™ (PLT)
  • Technology provided online classes with clear audio, transmitted screen presentation (Follow Me) on 56K Mbps modem

See project 

Teaching Teachers to Write About the Richness of Positive Experiences to Find Their Own Path – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

2006

Project description:

Published book: Pocket Wisdom for Life the Book
The book is aimed at resolving student problems of:

  • Lack of role models
  • Abuse
  • School bullying
  • … and much more

See project 

High School Business Academy for At-risk Students Introduces Soft Skills with Life-saving Results – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

2003 – 2005

Project description:

  • Soft Skills training at Ocean View High School Business Academy including “at risk” students
  • Implemented: Creating Organizational Cultures Responsive to Change program to create and perpetuate a culture of teamwork and vision for a common goal
  • The goal was to create a learning (school) culture based on trust, non-judgment and support which will allow for students to use their different intelligences to achieve and accomplish, thus leading to higher test scores and higher self-esteem
  • Results:

‘Creating Organizational Cultures Responsive to Change’ to the already existing business academy curriculum for a select class of 37 sophomores (60% “at risk”). This Personal Learning Technology™ software-courseware and facilitation offered these students and teachers an opportunity to participate, integrate and apply life skills and principles both in and out of the classroom environment. These students continued with the Personal Learning Technology™ software-courseware from their sophomore year through to graduation as part of the Business Academy curriculum. The program has grown with each new sophomore class as they discovered these new and innovative ways to take charge of their own learning and master the skills needed to become part of and contribute to an equality-based culture.

– Roy Batelli, Director of The Business Academy, Ocean View High School

See project

Re-Searching: First Online Voice Conferencing/Digital Book Launch with Harper-San Francisco (Newscorp)

2005

Project description:

Dan Millman approached AwareComm® to ePublish his new book and launch the first ever online book launch for the book (the sequel to The Way of the Peaceful Warrior), The Journeys of Socrates

  • Provided clear audio, transmitted screen presentation (Follow Me) on 56K Mbps modem
  • Converted his books to Personal Learning Technology™ (PLT)

Publishing

  • Acquired royalty-free publishing rights from Time-Warner for The Life You Were Born to Live
  • First online book launch using Millman’s The Journeys of Socrateswith Harper-San Francisco

See project 

CTG – Venture Capitalists Established CTG, a Start-Up Whose Explosive Growth was Supported by a “Culture Responsive to Change” – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

2000

Project description:

  • CTGDeveloping technology to protect children from pornography
  • A start-up was established as a high-growth company by venture capitalists
  • AwareComm® successfully developed A Culture Responsive to Change that supported the growth of the company and enabled it to be sold in less than one year with complete success and without employee rebellion
  • PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies allowed the company to start, grow and sell in one year

See project 

Re-Searching: The Boeing Company Used PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies to Downsize Departments and “Create Scalable Team Cultures Responsive to Change” with No Loss of Employees

2000

Project description:

The Boeing Company was going through a reorganization due to the purchase of Rockwell Aerospace in December 1996, followed by the purchase of McDonnell Douglas in August 1997, as a result a number of employees from different companies came together. There was a need to build a cohesive team as well as downsize the mature department. The emotional landscape of the department “were people protecting what they knew; rejection and criticism of new information; nurtured resentments; mistrust of management; and blaming others for circumstances.”

  • Implemented: Create a Team Culture with Personal Learning Technology™
  • The results speak for themselves, see links:

Management Perspective:

Employee’s Perspective:

See project  

Artecon, a Flourishing Disk Storage Manufacturer, Implements Creating a Culture Responsive to Change – To Prepare/Package the Company and Employees for Sale – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

1999

Project description:

  • Facilitated Artecon’s ownership transfer in a way where the employees maintained team cohesion confidence/investment in their organization direction
  • (1999) Artecon, Inc. designs, manufactures, markets, and supports a range of data storage products used in Internet and enterprise storage networks and for the open-systems computing environment. The Company’s products include the EXTREME product line that comprises disaster-tolerant RAID systems for Telco Central Office and Internet applications.

Everyone in my department … has been both personally, thus professionally transformed by the program.

We all have received and continue to receive, via your on-line personal Internet support interface, practical and easy to use tools and techniques to assist us in building better personal, team and company-wide communication, more focused task definitions, and higher quality of work productivity. I have found my own performance and interaction with others, both in and outside the company, move to another level.

… I highly recommend your program to others, both individuals and companies, who desire to take themselves, their employees and their communications, productivity and performance processes to the next level(s) of profitability and success.

– Victor Powers, VP of Finance, CFO

See project 

Re-Searching: Clinical Psychologist Validates PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies Successfully Penetrate the Psychological Defenses and Overcome Denial in a Unique and Novel Way Resulting in Problem Recognition, Acceptance and Willingness to Change

1999

Project description:

Psychologists experienced and assessed the full Pocket Wisdom Insights Series (PLT™ Life Skills and Soft Skills Courses): 16 Courses

Results:

I am writing this letter in order to summarize my findings and conclusions from the consultative work I have completed [through eMod Continuing Education]. During the six months while I have performed these services, I have had the opportunity to clinically validate Personal Learning Technology and eMod Products [Pocket Wisdom Series], in both the organizational and clinical formats. I have also had the experience of using the products, personally… [Pocket Wisdom] provided a level of education and therapeutic awareness…penetrates the psychological defenses and overcomes denial in a unique and novel way.

Kenneth W. Coulson, Clinical Psychologist

See project

Re-Searching: Grand Mal Seizure Resolution was Found Using PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies and Computer-delivered EMDR Principles

1997

Project description:

Implemented: Create a Team Culture with Personal Learning Technology™ for the whole family

Results:

As you know, Ian has had problems with seizures. He was having an average of one seizure every 2 months when we began your program last May. While we had undertaken a multidisciplinary approach with him in the past, it was your work that must be credited with having the most profound affect on his recovery. It is an understatement to say we were astounded and pleased when Ian went 7 months before having another episode…. Interestingly, the seizure he experienced in December was a wake-up call for us as we had slacked off on his program. It was a call to arms that got us back on the right track. However, I did not fully appreciate how significant a role Parallel Learning played in Ian’s recovery until this past week.

Dr. Steven Hoffman, Director, HealthPlus

See project 

The Toyota Project for Retaining Employees for Life – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies Resulting in Successful, Long-term Employee-driven Team Culture Empowerment

1997

Project description:

I have personally experienced the power of your program and can attest to its effectiveness in giving people the tools to resolve personal issues through education and support. I also know that your empowerment process is an innovative and effective tool for building teams in the workplace, as well as the home.

Byron Rose, General Manager of Rose Toyota
https://pocketwisdominsights.com/pwicolab/rose-toyota/#content

(5 years later…)

Our company has attained a new level of productivity…all of our management has experienced the [Pocket Wisdom] Series and the results are outstanding…employees are more excited about their jobs…when we work together and treat each other with respect, we all win.

Byron Rose, General Manager of Rose Toyota
https://pocketwisdominsights.com/pwicolab/rose-toyota-5-years-later/#content

See project

12 Step Addiction Recovery Added Emotional Sobriety to Enhance Existing Recovery Programs to Raise Success Rates – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

1996

Project description:

Implemented: Create a Team Culture with Personal Learning Technology™ (PLT) for the whole family

Results: Four years later…

The concepts gained from your [Pocket Wisdom] program are working in his life today…he now has direction in his life.

D.

See project 

A Small Business Grows While Keeping its “Small Business Culture” – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

1996

Project description:

CSA Implemented: Create a Team Culture with Personal Learning Technology™ (PLT) for the workplace.

Results:

Prior to your [Pocket Series] workshop, CSA was failing…the company was drifting with low morale and work ethics…. Pocket Wisdom for Organizations: ‘Creating an Organization Culture Responsive To Change’ produced profound results in the attitude and commitment of the CSA staff… our company vision helped employees work out methods to achieve the mission…the entire staff is caught up in a new wave of enthusiasm…we have a team again and we all feel part of it.

Allan G. Riker, President of CSA

See project 

American Youth Sports Creates National Girls Volleyball Champions – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

1996

Project description:

Goal: Building Teamwork, transformed team from independent to interdependent.

Implemented: The PLT™ Creating a Culture Program with Facilitation applicable to the sport, gender and age group.

Results:

Based on the past six month’s experiences, interviews and observations, there has clearly been a positive long-term effect from the exposure of the girl’s of this club team to the Personal Awareness program. The program had not only an immediate impact on the behavior of the girls, but also affected their performance weeks and even months later. I submit that these will, in fact, be lifelong changes that have occurred in these young women.

Jim Schmedding, Executive Director

See project

HUD: Institutionalized Men / Employment Rehabilitation Program – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies to Successfully Train and Support Long-term Addiction Recovery and Civic Participation

1995

Project description:

Implemented an Employment Rehabilitation program under HUD to de-Institutionalize and train unemployable men with chronic addiction. PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies (incorporating Recovery PLUS 12 Step accelerators) was used as a foundation for building and measuring self-esteem and emotional maturity

Implemented: Create a Team Culture with Personal Learning Technology™ (PLT)

Results: Tested and proved PLT’s effectiveness with an improvement factor greater than 1 standard deviation that continue long after the project (20+ years), indicating long-term impact with a ‘T’ factor of 95.

See project 

Solar Turbines Successfully Reduces Stress, Anger, and Rage in the Workplace – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

1995

Project description:

Solar Turbines, A Caterpillar Company Implemented: principles of overcoming stress, anger and rage in the workplace were discussed and introduced

Results:

No other presentation has ever elicited the incredible positive response that this workshop generated…designed to look at the destructive attitudes and behaviors that occur in the workplace and at home… this unique process is sure to help our employees learn the cause and effect of feelings to emotions; emotions to perspectives; perspectives to attitudes; attitudes to behavior; and behavior to consequences.

Toni Johnson, Human Resources, President SEA

See project 

Wise Guys: Homeless Start-up Company Becomes Self-funding, Self-perpetuating and Self-regulating – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

1995

Project description:

New company established through a homeless and drug and alcohol rehabilitation project

Implemented: Create a Team Culture with Personal Learning Technology™ (PLT) for the whole family

Results: Tested and proved PLT’s effectiveness with an improvement factor greater than 1 standard deviation that continue long after the project (20+ years), indicating long-term impact with a ‘T’ factor of 95.

See project 

Dennison, OH Improves Community Culture and More – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

1994

Project description:

A Life-changing Seminar Opens the Door to Community Engagement

From The Denison Review Newspaper, Dennison, OH:

Everybody is talking about the changes they are seeing in long time newspaper publisher Dick Knowles. As a result the newspaper sponsored a community program at the local college.… ‘I have learned to allow great things to happen instead of trying to control the word around me,’ says Knowles.

The Denison Review Newspaper, Dennison, OH

See project 

Re-Searching: Doctor Uses PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies to Catalyze Patient’s Progress Toward Belief Structure Shifts and Effective Coping in a Life-threatening Challenge

1994

Project description:

Implemented: Create a Team Culture with Personal Learning Technology™ (PLT) for a struggling teenager (debilitating physical challenges coupled with emotional breakdown)

Results:

…particular interest to me was the apparent impact of your Personal Awareness Program [Pocket Wisdom] on this client’s unconscious process. On subsequent hypnotic work, images and concepts embedded in the Program reemerged as integrated perspectives that catalyzed this young woman’s progress toward effective coping and the constructive working through of heretofore unresolved emotional conflicts.

Jan Berlin

See project

Re-Searching: HUD Grant Uses PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies to Rehabilitate Battered Women for Workforce Re-engagement

1994

Project description:

Implemented an Employment Rehabilitation program under HUD to rehabilitate battered women and provide insight and tools to re-establish foundation of developing self-esteem and emotional maturity

Results:

One of the primary goals of the Rachel Grosvenor Home’s programs is to restore self esteem shattered by years of abuse and neglect, drug and alcohol abuse, domestic violence…life on the streets has worn on our clients until they feel shackled by their individual situations…[Pocket Wisdom] touched the lives of hundreds of homeless women in our community…they were shown there was hope, that they really can become solid, productive members of society…thank you for your generosity.

Ruth Shepersky, Development Director

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San Diego County Mental Health Reduces Cost and Improves Effectiveness – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

1993

Project
description

Politics and Conflict Eliminated. “The resolution was faster than anticipated…long standing conflicts not only surfaced but were resolved during the course of the [Pocket Wisdom] workshop, which was more than I had hoped for…a powerful tool for uncovering organizational conflicts and bringing about rapid resolution.

Arvell Cortez, Chief County Employment Services

See project 

Re-Searching: Endevco (Allied Signal) Uses PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies and Corporate Consulting to Address Executive Addictions and Dependencies

1990

Project description:

With a valuable executive in crisis and at risk of being lost, the company sought support. Executive Training, Personal Learning Technology™ (PLT) and intervention principles used to empower the employee and begin a resolution process

Implemented: Create a Team Culture with PLT™

Results: Endevco used the program to save a valuable senior executive that would have been difficult to replace.

[We] were committed to taking corrective action…had your services not been available to us, this twenty year plus employee would have been discharged and his valuable “know how” would have walked out the door with him.

Phil Conrad

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First Symbolistic Technology Application Applied to Implement 8 Multiple Intelligences – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

1986

Project description:

Dr. Howard Gardner of Harvard University developed the multiple intelligences theory (1993). The theory states that each person contains 9 different intelligences, or ways in which we learn best.

Result: An advanced technology application that supports scalable and measurable delivery of the 9 Multiple Intelligences for teaching, training and learning: teaching to the learners’ intellectual strength and strengthening their intellectual weaknesses.  

IBM’s Internal Career Path Planning Program was Enhanced to Add Advanced Techniques of Activating and Implementing Creativity – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

1986

Project description:

Wrote the section for stimulating creativity, initially implemented in IBM’s Internal Career Path Planning Program

Re-Searching: Sentience Relational-Behavioral Modeling Application that Simulated the Complete Therapy/Counseling Approach to Create Whole-Brain Communication

1986

Project description:

Developed the first true interactive sentience-based Relational Behavioral Modeling Application for engaging exploring, teaching and measuring true interactive sentience for personal and cultural development

  • Applied the research of the Multiple Intelligences by Howard Gardner at Harvard, EMDR by Francine Shapiro, and Relational Models by Princeton’s Phil Johnson-Laird and UCLA’s Alan Page Fiske
  • AwareComm® embedded the theories into its learning applications developing Personal Learning Technology (PLT)
  • PLT™ speaks directly to the brain through its natural learning and functioning processes

NOTE: Subsequent projects tested and proved PLT’s effectiveness. Included in these projects was a HUD funded grant study which tested and validated the results with an improvement factor greater than 1 standard deviation that continued, indicating long-term impact with a ‘T’ factor of 95.

Re-Searching: First Financial Modeling System (Profit II) Project Integrated a Financial Illustration of Cause and Effect

1984

Project description:

As President and Owner of Via Computer, brought “Computer Assisted Learning” that became a key element of the digitral financial modelling system

Result: Integration into the largest financial true modeling software (Prophet) serving The Fortune 500 companies, driven by the CDC World Wide Timeshare Network

Integrated AI SocraticQ™ Conversation/Questioning was Enhanced with a Unique EMDR Educational Delivery Model – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

1983

Project description:

Developed the first computerized therapist that assessed individual belief challenges (based on cogitative behavioral therapy methodology)

Result: Provided uncompromised, non-judgmental feedback and choices to support constructive change for optimum well-being  

Auto-Trader Magazine, San Diego Implemented the First Software that Wrote Custom Computer Code (J-Ware) for Magazine Distribution Analysis – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

1982

Project description:

“Jware” (software that wrote software) was used to develop the first distribution management system for the first Auto Trader Magazine Software.

Result: Auto-Trader Magazine – Magazine Distribution and Analysis – created and developed the Network Analysis Methodology to optimize magazine network distribution.

Alton Associates Project (Funded by Heizer Corp) Implemented the First Real-time Intelligent Burroughs Corporation Terminals Connected to Multi-tasking Mainframes Over Acoustic Couplers – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

1980

Project description:

Founding member of one of the first start-ups, financed and guided/mentored by Ned Heizer, the Father of Modern Venture Capitalism

Project: First phase of revolutionizing freight train car location monitoring and accountability nationwide

Results: Accounted for train cars with precision – no more “missing” train cars

Developed Artificial Intelligence (AI) Software Generator (J-Ware) that Wrote Custom Computer Code – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

1980

Project description:

JSI Implementation: Pioneered a project within the computer software industry to create the first application computer code generator

Result: Created “Jware” software that wrote software, zero programming skills required

Re-Searching: Revolutionized Oral Cancer Research Through Implementation of Computer-driven Data Collection and Processing

1978

Project description:

Improved the Ability to Categorize and Correlate Symptoms to Diagnosis using computerized data collection, processing and prediction  

Re-Searching: UNIVAC Computer System PLATO Study

1974

Project description:

  • Studied the first PLATO Experiment for Artificial Intelligence
  • Team member in development of the concept for a program that could play a game (checkers) and not lose – (again)
  • Each time a human player would win, the program would learn how it lost and never lose that way again – eventually, all ways to lose are learned
  • (PLATO video): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTmWcGhlXqA

Revolutionized the Beverage Distribution Industry by Reducing Distribution Cost – Re-Searching PWI Co-Lab™ Methodologies

1973 – 1974

Project description:

A.I.M.S., Inc. (Automated Inventory Management System)

  • Initial funding and mentoring by Heizer Corporation, Jim Ducet
  • First to automate the beverage distribution industry (redefining inventory to include: from the hops in the field to the bottles in the refrigerators) via creating the software for the first computer-based inventory control and accounting systems. (Programmed on DEC PDP8/11)
  • Successfully captured the marketplace
  • Featured monthly technology columnist in Brewers Digest International Magazine

Re-Searching: First OEM of Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) Project

1972

Project description:

A.I.M.S., Inc. (Automated Inventory Management System)

  • First DEC OEM (original equipment manufacturer)
  • Purchased the first 100 PDP 8 Mini-Computers and De-Bugged the first operating system using binary toggle switches
  • Developed the first database-driven dynamic software to the newly emerging “mini-computer” market

Re-Searching: Remanufactured Tire Industry (Integrated Manufacturing Systems) Project

1972

Project description:

Invented the first software that tracked and accounted for the serration of re-manufactured tires (captured the marketplace)

Presented at the National Conference to the National Association of Tire Dealers

Re-Searching: First IBM System 360 Team Projects (Operating Under the First Multi-tasking Computer with the Associated System Processor – ASP)

1964

Project description:

  • Before moving to the basement to work with computers, assigned as staff to the executive vice president of finance, Boeing Company, Airplane Division
  • Converted the Manufacturing accounting from LIFO to FIFO
  • Implemented Manufacturing Control Systems at the Boeing Company
  • Developed the first code that dynamically wrote into own run-time code
  • Developed an early version of true exclusive Machine Learning
  • Founding team member to implement First IBM 360 running under the ASP System
  • A.I.M.S, Inc (Automation Inventory Management Systems (AIMS) Founder CEO, Chief architect and programmer)

Re-Searching: Ethical Application of Data

1963

Project description:

As a graduate of the University of Washington with a major in finance and a minor in industrial psychology, Richard successfully determined, “Although I like money, I wasn’t crazy about money.”

Working as a senior staff member to the VP of Finance at a top aircraft manufacturer dealing with complex assignments raised Richard’s awareness to a critical ethics challenge: the statistics being used within the corporate and academic worlds were compromised.

Result: To overcome the challenge, he foresaw the need to explore responsible ways to ensure ethical analytics and data gathering and management.

Re-Searching: Commercial Appraisal Project

1961

Project description:

Project to effectively sell commercial property in a depressed real estate market using principles Richard learned in college

  • Real estate projects funded his education and supported his family during this time
  • Implementing experiential learning
  • Result: successful real estate development of a $5 Million-dollar (1961) medical center

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