MARCH 22, 2019

  Barry C. Dorn, M.D.
Leonard J. Marcus, Ph.D.
  Fran Lipson, M.Ed.
Eric J. McNulty.

Eric J. McNulty.

Eric J. McNulty is Senior Editorial Associate at the National Preparedness Leadership Initiative (NPLI), a joint program of the Harvard School of Public Health and Harvard1's Kennedy School of Government developed in collaboration with the leadership of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the White House Homeland Security Council, the Department of Homeland Security, and the Department of Defense. His work with the program centers on research and writing about leadership lessons derived from observation and analysis of leaders in high stakes, high stress situations such as those encountered in emergency response. He, along with Dr. Leonard Marcus, Dr. Barry Dorn, Dr. Isaac Ashkenazi, and Joseph Henderson, is currently working on a book based on meta-leadership, the leadership framework that this the core of the NPLI curriculum..

He is the co-author, along with Dr. Leonard Marcus and Dr. Barry Dorn, of the recently released second edition of Renegotiating Health Care: Resolving Conflict to Build Collaboration (Josey-Bass, 2010).

McNulty is a widely published business writer having written multiple articles for the Harvard Business Review (HBR), the most recent of which appeared in the March 2010 issue and centered on leadership during a crisis, as well as articles for Harvard Management Update, Strategy and Innovation, Marketwatch, the Boston Business Journal, Crisis Response, HPH Now, and Worthwhile magazine among others.

His HBR case study on change management, "Welcome Aboard. Now Don't Change a Thing," was among the highest rated in the magazine's history. His HBR cases have been anthologized through the HBR paperback series and have been used in business education curricula in the United States and as far away as France and the Philippines. His interview with Michael Watkins, "Taking Charge Fast" ranked 6th among Harvard Management Update's most frequently purchased articles in 2006.

McNulty co-founded Harvard Business Publishing's conference business and served as its director for six years. He produced thought leadership events around the world working with some of the most celebrated executives and management experts. He also developed custom programs in collaboration with leading companies such as Accenture (Overcoming the Challenges to the Adoption of Electronic Health Records), Coca-Cola (The Science and Psychology of Happiness), SAS (Analytics and Decision Making), UPS (Global Trade and Supply Chain Issues), Visa (Data Security), and others.

In previous positions, McNulty was an award-winning creative director and copy writer as well as a marketing executive. He has worked for and with such leading brands as Bloomingdale's, Infiniti Motor Corporation, and Legal Sea Foods.

McNulty holds a Bachelor's Degree in Economics (with honors) from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst (1981). He is currently completing a self-designed Master's Degree in Leadership of Meta-Systems at Lesley University.


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