Ron 's episode appearances
Episode 73 “Big is Beautiful” with Robert Atkinson
What do you think about the following statements? Small businesses are overwhelmingly responsible for job creation, innovation and American prosperity. Small businesses are more productive than big companies. And small business owners are the core of democracy in America. Yet Washington, controlled by big business and engaged in “crony capitalism,” systemically discriminates against small business. We all know this is true, right? Well, no, these things are not true. Or at least, mostly not true. Joining me to explain why is Robert Atkinson, author of “Big is Beautiful: Debunking the Myth of Small Business” and Ron Nicol who led Boston Consulting Group’s Americas Practice and was global leader of its Media, Technology and Communications Group. Rob, founder and president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, is one of the country’s foremost thinkers on innovation economics. Ron has developed strategies for dozens of Fortune 100 Companies is considered one of the top 25 business consultants in the world.
Episode 52 Part 2: Ed Meese and Ron Nicol on Lessons Learned from the Trump Transition
Ed Meese and Ron Nicol on Lessons Learned from the Trump Transition
Episode 52 Part 1: Ed Meese on the Mueller Report with Ron Nicol
We had the good fortune to have Ron Nicol and Edwin Meese on The Bill Walton Show the day the Mueller report was released. Meese, a former U.S. Attorney General, says Robert Mueller should have made a decision on obstruction of justice by the president and that at least one of his attorneys was a "totally irresponsible, unprofessional, unscrupulous lawyer" whom "should not be in any part of the Department of Justice." There's much more in this penetrating analysis by one of our foremost Constitutional authorities."
Ron Nicol, named one of the top 25 consultants in the world by Consulting Magazine led Boston Consulting Group America organization and technology practices. At BCG, he developed strategies for dozens of fortune 100 companies. Ron also served as the chairman of the board of advisors for Duke University Fuqua School of Business. Following his
graduation to the Naval Academy with a BS in physics where he ranked seventh in his class of 850, Ron served as a nuclear naval submarine officer and served
with distinction in the navy.