American, long-time editor of the “Harvard Business Review” and founder of “Fast Company.” Alan M. Webber was Speaker at the Waldzell Meeting 2004 and Chairman of the Waldzell Meeting 2006. Alan, a native of St. Louis, Missouri, alumnus of Amherst College, is co-founder and editor of “Fast Company.”
Together with Bill Taylor he created a business magazine, designed to give people the tools they need to succeed in today’s world of work. Alan Webber founded “Fast Company” in 1993 after spending six years as the managing editor/editorial director of the Harvard Business Review. Currently, in addition to his role with Waldzell, Alan Webber is advising the Japan Society of New York on its U.S.-Japan Innovators Project, and serving on the board of the KaosPilots International, a program for education and entrepreneurship headquartered in Denmark. He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.