The uncommon career path of TAPE’s CEO/President Louisa L. Jaffe is highlighted in a new book, published in February, about business leaders with military experience.
WASHINGTON, DC | – April 5th, 2017 — Technical and Project Engineering, LLC (TAPE), a leading provider of training and management support to the U.S. Federal Government, is pleased to announce that its CEO/President, Louisa L Jaffe’s, rise to corporate leadership has just been featured in a new book on the subject of business leaders with military experience, From the Art of War to Entrepreneurship: All that Glitters is Not Gold by Shelton Rhodes, PhD.
Jaffe’s remarks and professional history, alongside of other entrepreneurs, are detailed in Rhodes’ book, a compilation of interviews of CEO’s who have experience in both the world of the American Military and the world of entrepreneurial leadership in Private Industry. Jaffe stated, “I was happy to work with Shelton Rhodes relating my concurrent experience as an Army Reservist and an entrepreneur. My story is an example of the results of Military leadership training merged with the demands of business management in the marketplace.
Known for hiring and retaining skilled systems developers and engineers, resource modelers, logisticians, instructional designers and subject matter experts, TAPE provides technological, management/program support, and training solutions to government agencies. TAPE brings a non-traditional, innovative approach that solves existing problems while anticipating and mitigating new ones. We maintain our competitive advantage by providing state-of-the-art support services and leveraging innovative methodologies and processes that can be easily integrated and implemented.
Incorporated in 2003, TAPE is a CVE-Verified Service- Disabled Veteran-Owned/8(m) Economically Disadvantaged – Woman-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB/EDWOSB). We are also a registered ISO 9001:2008 company under the International Organization for Standardization. To learn more about TAPE, visit www.TAPE-LLC.com.