Edward G. Brown

Edward G. Brown

Author of 'The Time Bandit Solution' and Co-Founder of Cohen Brown Management Group

 Edward G. Brown is the author of The Time Bandit Solution: Recovering Stolen Time You Never Knew You Had and co-founder of a culture-change management consulting and training firm for the financial services industry, Cohen Brown Management Group.  

 

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