Dean Williams is Former Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School. At the School’s Center for Public Leadership he ran the World Leaders Project – an initiative that drew lessons and insights on leadership from successful (and many unsuccessful) world leaders. He also chaired the annual Harvard Executive Education program, The Global Change Agent. He has worked on major change initiatives in various parts of the world. For five years he served as the Chief Advisor to the President of Madagascar, assisting in the facilitation of an innovative process of rapid national development. For two years he was the lead consultant to the government of Queensland, Australia, orchestrating a complete reform of the educational system. Formerly, he was a consultant to the Government of Brunei in upgrading its civil service. He has also served as a consultant with the Singapore’s National Productivity Board, and is the director of the Social Leadership Singapore program.