Jack Yoest advises senior leaders on best management practices and provides completed staff work training to industry leaders. He is a former captain in the United States Army and earned an M.B.A. from George Mason University. He completed graduate work in the International Operations Management Program at Oxford University.
Yoest served as assistant secretary for health and human resources in Virginia, acting as the chief operating officer and chief technology officer of the $5 billion budget 16,000-employee unit. Yoest also served with Menlo Care, a start-up medical device manufacturer. He was a part of the team that moved sales from zero to over $12 million that resulted in a buyout by Johnson & Johnson. Yoest is also the author of The Memo, which contained a management doctrine under the subject of “Completed Staff Work." It's a book documenting how a classified WWII military document helped the U.S. win the war and can help leaders find success in business.
Yoest is married to Charmaine Yoest, Ph.D., who works at the Heritage Foundation and live in the Washington, D.C. area and have five children.
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