After a 24 year career with the FBI, I wrote, Walking the Corporate
Beat: Police School for Business People. Through law
enforcement experiences, I highlight how various decision making
processes lead to success or failure.
The book is a quick and fun
read, interspersed with humorous stories of arrests, undercover
operations and the cop on the beat.
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Walking the Corporate Beat: Police School for Business People is
retired FBI Special Agent in Charge and businessman Michael Tabman’s
gift to all executives and business professionals seeking new and
effective ways to recognize and prevent problems. Readers will be
intrigued by parallels between police work and business, and how basic
law enforcement concepts resolve management problems.
Whether the focus
is managing risk or team building, defining company objectives or
discussing ethics, the parallels are compelling. Tabman explains the
similarities with candid descriptions and dramatic, and often humorous,
vignettes from his days on the force. In an approach that captivates
the reader, he juxtaposes such challenges of law enforcement and
business as multitasking, conferences, relationships, and strategizing.
The concept that rushing into a melee without stopping to think is as
dangerous in police work as it is in business is one example of how
this book will open new and energizing doors.
About the Author
Michael Tabman is a retired FBI agent who advanced from a street agent
investigating white collar crimes, violent crimes, organized crime, and
drug trafficking to the Senior Executive Service. As Inspector in
Charge, he led performance audits; as Special Agent in Charge, Tabman
provided executive oversight of all operations, personnel, finance,
legal, and media matters. His professional duties took him to Russia,
Ukraine, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, and Israel. Academic
credentials include being a CPA, holding a Master’s degree, as well as
becoming a Certified Protection Professional. The author served as a
police officer and hostage negotiator on the Special Weapons and
Tactics team. He is the founder of SPIRIT Asset Protection, LLC, a
security and risk management consulting firm.
SPIRIT Asset Protection, LLC