About  GlobaTech

   Our Charter: Globatech is a Management of Technology consultancy focussed on Mobility and China.

Why?: AI & Autonomous Robotics experience coupled to Management & China delivers strategic value.

Previously: As CHA, we've consulted on the Management of Technology for over a quarter of a century.

Past Clients: Bell Labs, DuPont, Motorola, Dun & Bradstreet, Rolls-Royce Aero, and high tech ventures.



  • Oversaw the engineering of Mobile Robots as VP of Engineering of the 1st Autonomous Robot to be offered on the commercial Market. This Demming Autonomous Mobile Robot roamed the office and warehouse avoiding obstacles and people while re-routing in real-time due to blockages.

  • Designed and implemented Mobile Guidance & Navigation Operating Systems for Apollo's Lunar Module Simulator and the Navy's Deep Submergence Rescue Vehicle (submarine to rescue downed submarines) as Research Engineer in the Aero & Astro Department of MIT.

  • Developed and later directed the world's most widely used CAD/CAM software used to design and build aircraft, automobiles, buildings, infrastructure, electronics, et cetera as VP of Technology when Computervision was a Fortune 500 Company.

  • Founded and led a speech recognition research company (and got Exxon Enterprises to invest) as President. That company, Verbex, according to IEEE Spectrum, led the world with the fewest errors (2/1000) in limited, isolated spoken digit recognition and which ultimately became the underlying mathematical foundation of Siri's speech recognition techology, today.



  • As entrepreneur, founder, and president, took a software tools venture, in four years, from the kitchen table to an Initial Public Offering (IPO), National Listing, on the NASDAQ.

  • As Adjunct Faculty, taught the MBA course, Economic Analysis of Manufacturing at the University of California, San Diego.

  • As a frequent Guest on National Television (Financial News Network, later acquired by MSNBC) was interviewed about High Technology Investing.

  • As Guest Lecturer, gave a five part series on policies to foster and regulate High Technology ventures at the Financial Policy Institute of People's University in Beijing

  • As Management Consultant to Motorola, worked with their Chairman, "Bob" Galvin, to reorganize their $60 million/year venture capital investment operations.

  • As Consultant to DuPont, designed and enabled a "skunk works" team within a nylon factory resulting in a two fold improvement in the Mean Distance Between (production) Breaks that became a Harvard Business Case, "Step Change at Du Pont's Camden Plant."



  • As Co-leader, greeted by JIANG ZeMin at The Great Hall of the People for bringing China's 1st CAD/CAM systems which was reported on that evening's CCTV Nightly News.

  • Lead representative for China at the Kauffman Foundation's 2008 Global Entrepreneurship Symposium held in Boston.

  • As Lecturer, taught MBA courses on Corporate and International Finance and Project Management at Universities at Tier 1 and Tier 2 cities across China.

  • Was Keynote Speaker at the China Entrepreneurship Network's Annual Business Awards at the University of Michigan.

  • At the University of Michigan and Wayne State University (in Detroit), spoke on China's Rural Reconstruction, A New China Market in the Making, and Mao's lessons for marketing.

  • Authored a chapter on MAO's civil war leadership emphasizing entrepreneurial lessons; later translated into Chinese.

  • Organized the well-attended Beijing Expat Culture Conference, "Bridging the Cultural Gap - Key to Success" in China.