Jason M. Morwick is a teleworker and writer who writes about teleworking, leading in the virtual workplace, and business process improvement. Jason is co-author of the book Making Telework Work: Leading People and Leveraging Technology for High-impact Results (Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 2009), a guide for managers and leaders on creating a case for telework and managing teleworkers. He has published in journals, magazines, and websites such as Quality Progress, Review of Business, Business Journal, Strategic HR Review, American Business Review, iSixSigma Magazine, and isixsigma.com. Additionally, he writes a weekly blog at thevirtualleader.wordpress.com to provide practical, how-to advice for people working in a virtual environment. Jason has spoken at numerous conferences and seminars on the topic of telework, leadership, and business process improvement.
Jason is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and former Army officer. He earned a Masters of Business Administration from Regis University, Denver, Colorado. Jason has managed teams and organizations for large and small companies while working in a variety of positions from operations to quality to Human Resources in both traditional and virtual environments.
Jason has a severe phobia of office cubicles and works from his home office near Orlando, Florida.