Daniel Feiman, MBA, CMC©
Daniel Feiman, MBA, CMC® is the Founder and Managing Director of Build It Backwards, a consulting & training firm based in Redondo Beach, CA. He consults in three areas: Strategy: Planning & Implementation; Finance: Modeling & Analysis; Leadership: Development & Coaching.
Mr. Feiman is an internationally recognized leader in these areas; working with firms such as ADNOC (United Arab Emirates), Apple, ARAMCO (Saudi Arabia), California Institute of International Business & Economics, Credit Suisse, Chubb, Dell, Delta, Hilton Hotels, Institute for Supply Management (ISM), Mattel, PEMEX (México), Promigas (Colombia) Reliance (India), SEA (Supplier Excellence Alliance), TRW & the University of Manchester (UK) among others.
Over the past 37 years he has worked with firms in many industries including: automotive, aerospace, oil & gas, manufacturing, medical, healthcare, consumer products, production, distribution, legal, hospitality & education. (Please see www.BuildItBackwards.com for case studies and testimonials).
He has published whitepapers, articles, SlideShare presentations (10,000+ views), YouTube videos & books on these subjects. His 3rd book in the Build It Backwards series (THE Book on Business from A to Z: The 260 Answers You Need to Know), was published in November, 2011 & was nominated for a Thought Leader of the Year award by the AM&AA & selected as a Finalist for a Global eBook of the Year Award.
He is adjunct faculty at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Extension Department (since 1990) and was formerly The Visiting Professor in the University of Huddersfield’s (UK) Business School.
Mr. Feiman has over 18 years’ experience in all facets of both the traditional & nontraditional banking industry. He has been interviewed on various television and radio shows. He is also a reviewer for the New York Journal of Books (http://goo.gl/DPg0k)
He has been awarded the CMC© designation by Institute of Management Consultants which is awarded to less than 1% of management consultants.