Glen Wakeman is a very successful businessman. He is the Chief Executive Officer of LaunchPad Holdings. He is well-known because he possesses an entrepreneurial spirit that makes him a business revolutionist and mentor (Facebook). Glen Wakeman offers guidance to young entrepreneurs about startup firms and better performance methods.
He successfully held various positions GE Capital. He also founded Nova Four, during his early career. He served as the President, Administrator of the board of directors and CEO of the firm. Glen obtained a BS in Finance and Economics from Scranton University in 1981. He later furthered his studies in Chicago University where he graduated with an MBA in Finance in 1993.
Glen Wakeman is famous because of the, 5 proven, key performance methods. The indicators focus on human capital, risk management, business execution and human power. Being a successful writer and investor, Glen decided to inspire others. His experience with corporate management, divestitures, and emerging markets make Glen’s performance, on market strategies, excellent. He has been counseling various start-ups groups like Dream Funded and Sitter Bees.
Glen Wakeman also provides strategic advice on Angel investing, international financing platforms and capital raising. Having resided in six different countries, and operated businesses in 30 regional areas across the world, Glen has been recognized for being accomplished business person. Wakeman is a curious entrepreneur who always seeks to know why certain things are the way they are. He thinks innovatively and finds ways of making them better.
Glen Wakeman has a great passion for creative innovation, executive development, and growth (http://www.glenwakeman.com/about-glen-wakeman/). He talks about global affairs, leadership, emerging markets and business transformations. Glen encourages every entrepreneur to read The ART of WAR. He states that it has life lessons which can be learned through discipline, preparation, and teamwork.
Wakeman brings new ideas to life by explaining them to those around him. This enables him to make an outline of his thoughts, think about them deeply, take the initiative of making them real and know how to defend such ideas. He states that people should not just agree with all ideas. The Why question should be used to bring new ideas to life.