Robin Borough, president of the Thinking Dimensions Association, recently interviewed Charles Kepner. It had been the realization of a long-time goal. Robin had wanted to pick the brain of the man who revolutionized thinking, at least when it comes to decision-making and problem-solving in all areas of private business and government. Although he wasn’t as agile as he was in the 1950s when he first developed his theories while working as a researcher for the Rand Corporation, the esteemed nonagenarian filled her audio recorder with gold.
The experience caused her mind to race with ideas and possibilities. Although Chuck is in the twilight of his life, she knew that, in a way, this was just the beginning.
Robin, with help from daughter and operations manager Rebecca Borough and support from Matt Fourie, the other half of KEPNER and FOURIE, and Thinking Dimensions Global, has dedicated herself to making sure that the Kepner legacy lives on for many years to come. To do that, she has created the Thinking Dimensions Association. She hopes to watch it grow into a thriving force among dynamic professionals all over the globe.