DR. JACK J. PHILLIPS is a world-renowned expert on accountability, measurement, and evaluation. His work is based on more than 27 years of corporate experience in the aerospace, textile, metals, construction materials, and banking industries. Dr. Phillips regularly consults with clients in manufacturing, service, and government organizations in over 60 countries in North and South America, Europe, Africa, Australia, and Asia.
They also served as authors and series editors for the Measurement and Evaluation Series published by Pfeiffer (2008), which includes a six-book series on the ROI Methodology and a companion book of 14 best-practice case studies.
Other books authored by Phillips include ROI for Technology Projects: Measuring and Delivering Value (Butterworth-Heinemann, 2008); Return on Investment in Meetings and Events: Tools and Techniques to Measure the Success of all Types of Meetings and Events (Butterworth-Heinemann, 2008); Show Me the Money: How to Determine ROI in People, Projects, and Programs (Berrett-Koehler, 2007); The Value of Learning (Pfeiffer, 2007); How to Build a Successful Consulting Practice (McGraw-Hill, 2006); Investing in Your Company’s Human Capital: Strategies to Avoid Spending Too Much or Too Little (Amacom, 2005); Proving the Value of HR: How and Why to Measure ROI (SHRM, 2005).
Dr. Phillips has undergraduate degrees in electrical engineering, physics, and mathematics; a master’s degree in Decision Sciences from Georgia State University; and a Ph.D. in Human Resource Management from the University of Alabama. He has served on the boards of several private businesses—including two NASDAQ companies—and several non-profits and associations, including the American Society for Training and Development and the National Management Association. He is chairman of ROI Institute, Inc.
Dr. Phillips has received several awards for his books and work. On three occasions, Meeting News named him one of the 25 Most Powerful People in the Meetings and Events Industry, based on his work on ROI. The Society for Human Resource Management presented him an award for one of his books and honored a Phillips ROI study with its highest award for creativity. The American Society for Training and Development gave him its highest award, Distinguished Contribution to Workplace Learning and Development for his work on ROI.