Dean Meyer is one of the original proponents of running shared-services organizations within companies as businesses within a business, where every managerial group is an entrepreneurship funded to produce products and services for customers. For over three decades, he has implemented this vision in corporate, government, and non-profit organizations through the careful design of culture, organizational structure, and resource-governance processes. Dean is the author of seven books, including Internal Market Economics. His latest, Principle-based Organizational Structure, is a handbook to help you engineer entrepreneurial thinking and teamwork into organizations of any size. He's a former CIO Magazine columnist, and has published countless monographs and articles. He invented FullCost, a business and budget planning process based on an internal product/service costing solution. Dean also developed an approach to corporate culture that leads to meaningful change in less than a year.