Create articles, books, research, and more


You have solid experience, a passion for your work, and a desire to get your ideas out there.

At Koepp Research Corporation, we act as your strategists, researchers, ghostwriters, editors, and marketers. We begin by clarifying what you are uniquely passionate about and defining the vision for your thought leadership. Next, we create a cohesive strategy and plan for achieving it. Individual strategies are as unique as you are, but may include:

  • Helping you cultivate specific writing, research, or presentation skills
  • Completing what we like to call a PhD-alternative program, where you develop your knowledge, build skills, and gain valuable research, writing, publication, and presentation experiences--as you might in a formal degree program
  • Acting as your editors, ghostwriters, and marketers

Schedule a coaching session or initial consultation now to discuss your specific needs and explore how we can help you achieve thought leadership.

Also be sure to check our boot camps (limited spots available)!



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Case: Creating New Focus

Chuck wanted to focus his personal brand around specific research interests he had recently developed. We discussed what Chuck hoped to achieve and outlined a strategy. We then produced a theoretical model and several articles, which were published in four professional and scholarly journals and which he presented at an international management conference.

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Case: Provide Insights and Hope

Denise had a successful therapeutic practice and wanted to write a book to offer insights and hope to a broader audience struggling with the issues she treats. Using an innovative approach of in-depth interviewing, ghostwriting, and editing, she was able to focus on her practice while we rapidly created her book manuscript.

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Case: Offer New Models

Simon, a highly experienced professional and academic, had several innovative models to offer regarding a burgeoning sub-specialty in his field. He was eager to document his thoughts and findings for consideration by the larger community of scholars and practitioners. We discussed his ideas and provided outlines for several articles. Simon populated the article outlines with his thoughts, notes, and theories. We then heavily edited his work to reflect his writing style while satisfying the publication requirements of the journals where his articles were published.