April 6, 2011
Jeff Angus is a former baseball reporter and stringer for both AP and UPI (which still owes him back pay) working baseball, soccer and pro basketball. He has been a weekly sports columnist for The Seattle Sun and Seattle Times. He covered soccer for The Journal newspapers in suburban D.C. (Arlington, Alexandria & Fairfax), and filled in for the Washington Post's pro soccer reporter.
He is currently a management consultant with Management By Baseball, which uses management lessons from Baseball to amp up the skills of managers in lines of work that have clearly inferior management abilities, such as business, non-profits and government. He also does workshops for corporate clients on the topics.
His most recent book is Management by Baseball: The Official Rules for Winning Management in Any Field (HarperColiins).
Jeff has written op-ed pieces for many newspapers including The New York Times, The Washington Post, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and the Shelton-Mason County Journal.
Jeff is in the Baseball Prospectus Kings league, a competitive Scoresheet Baseball simulation, with Bleacher Report's own King Kaufman, who beats Jeff's team senseless on an all too regular basis.