Dr. Dave Cornelius
About The Author
Dr. Dave Cornelius is a lifelong learner and frequently shares various topics on his podcast “KnolShare with Dr. Dave,” hosted on www.GrokShare.com and available on iTunes and Google Play. Dr. Dave is the founder of 5 Saturdays, a program empowering students to become leaders in business and Science, Technology, Engineering, Agile, and Math (STEAM) fields. You can learn more about the 5 Saturdays education outreach program at https://5Saturdays.org. He is a man of faith, husband, and dad, and is active in both his local and global communities. Dr. Dave believes we can make a difference by sharing our cognitive surplus and experiences with our families, people in the community, and colleagues at work. He stands affirmed that his elastic mind came from the people who poured into him throughout his life and gave willingly without holding back the truths that he now knows.
Dr. Dave specializes in coaching, training, and leading collocated and distributed teams to deliver quality innovations from concept to cash. He has also held several leadership roles in IT, business, and nonprofit organizations. Monthly, he delivers a webinar about agile topics and leadership with Project Insight. The agile webinars are hosted on www.projectinsights.com as well as on the “KnolShare with Dr. Dave” podcast on iTunes and Google Play.
Prior works include the book Transforming Your Leadership Character: The Lean Thinking and Agility Way found on Amazon.com. A complimentary tool is his innovative knowledge cards called “AgilityLeaderShift.” The Agility Leader Shift knowledge cards are available on www.AgilityLeaderShift.com. Find his blogs on www.KnolShare.org.
Dr. Dave is so grateful to live in a country with liberty that allows him to express his life of faith and thoughts freely. God has surely blessed the United States of America with an open heart to live into the calling of “Give me your tired and poor,” which is an inscription on the Statue of Liberty. In the book of Matthew 22:39, it was written to “Love your neighbor as you love yourself.” This should be the narrative of the Elastic Minds!