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Dr. Stephen A. Di Biase served as the Chief Executive Officer of Laser Applications Technology (LAT) LLC and as currently President of Premier Insights, LLC. He is an entrepreneur, building businesses and capabilities from emerging technology.  In leading LAT, Dr. Di Biase developed the business model and go to market strategies for introducing a disruptive technology for labeling produce.  With Premier Insights, Dr. Di Biase teaches leaders how to become more innovative by making innovation a discipline they can refine.

During his 40 year career, Dr. Di Biase has become accomplished in using innovation to create value in a global commercial setting.  He has over 20 patents, mentored technical professionals, and taught innovation and human resource management in both corporate and university settings. He has guest lectured at several academic institutions and has authored books, patents and corporate publications. 

Dr. Di Biase graduated from The Pennsylvania State University and sits on the Science Advisory Board for The Pennsylvania State University. He is also a retired member of the Board of Trustees for the Mt. Union College, and has served on the Board of Directors of the Industrial Research Institute, a leading experienced based innovation management association.

Prior to joining JohnsonDiversey, Dr. Di Biase spent 26 years with the Lubrizol Corporation, where he held a variety of leadership positions, including general management roles and those with profit and loss responsibility for emerging businesses derived from technology platforms.  These global assignments often involved business development from strategy conception to execution managing teams of Sales, Marketing, and Business Development professionals.

Prior to accepting the assignment in business development Dr. Di Biase was the Vice President – Research, Development, and Engineering where he was responsible for the global technical and scientific leadership for a centralized R&D function comprising of 700 professionals, an operating budget of $120+ million, and a capital budget of $10+ million. 

In this role Dr. Di Biase fostered innovation and delivered results using processes such as stage gates, project and portfolio management, 6-Sigma, and advanced statistics while introducing a variety of IT based tools such as data mining and predictive modeling.

Dr. Di Biase has served as chairman of The Lubrizol Foundation Scholarship Committee, Chairman of the Northeastern Ohio Section of the American Chemical Society, Board member of the Cleveland Area Research Directors (CARD) and in The Boy Scouts of America where he served in a variety of posts.   Dr. Di Biase has been honored by The Pennsylvania State University College of Science with its 2007 Distinguished Alumni Award and serves as an adjunct professor at Benedictine University in Naperville IL.






Millennial's Guide to Living the Good Life

A Millennial's Guide to Living the Good Life
By Stephen Di Biase, Ph.D.

"A Millennial’s Guide to Living a Good Life" describes how this cohort of "Digital Natives", 80 million people in the US, and 1.7 billion people worldwide, might find happiness while transforming humanity on a scale never witnessed before. It offers behaviors that will combine career success with a happy life while making the world a better place. This treatise cross roughs "The Millennial Generation" with a tried and true philosophy for finding happiness in the noise of modern life. Happiness is both "fractal" – looking the same regardless of context – and very situational – being impacted by circumstances. Understanding the fractal components allows a “Millennial” to more effectively deal with their situations. I also align the characteristics of "The Millennial Generation" with classical innovative behaviors describing what this cohort might do with their opportunities for transforming humanity. It's a must read for all Millennials whether they’re on the eve of their journey or already well on their way. It’s also a “must read” for those non-Millennials who work with and lead them.I am fortunate to have lived what I consider "the good life," in spite of life dealing me a difficult hand on several fronts. If you're looking to live the good life, my hope is that you will benefit from some of the lessons I have learned along the way.

Size: 5" x 8"

Pages: 94