Glen Wakeman Leads Companies to International Greatness

Glen Wakeman had a great career in business and finance that spanned over two decades and now he is the CEOF of the LaunchPad Holdings LCC, an SAAS company he co-founded in 2015. Wakeman graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Economic and Finance from the University of Scranton where he graduated in 1981. Wakeman went on to get an MBA in Finance from the University of Chicago in 1993. He has had a successful career working for many large companies including GE Capital and Doral Financial Corporation to name a couple. He has also in the past presided over companies such as Nova Four and GE while being recognized as a Growth Leadership role model by the Board of Directors.

Glen Wakeman has been able to lead companies with over 17,000+ employees and that had a total of $15 billion in assets. He was able to help these companies grow and gain success. His work has included also helping startups through his 5 key performance methodology factors that have been proven to help businesses grow including execution, governance, human capital, leadership, and risk management.

 

Glen Wakeman has been an investor himself in the past and he was able to understand the ways that businesses needed to perform business transformation, work with global affairs, enter the world market, and post regular blogs to their websites to engage customers to help ensure the company’s proper growth and development over time.

 

Wakeman has helped run operations in 30 different regions worldwide while living in an impressive 6 different countries himself. This international experiences Wakeman has had have helped shape his global perceptions of business to successfully lead more businesses forward in the future to help them achieve better and brighter futures. He gained confidence in his decision making and is able to choose what path works best for the business

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Jason Hope Sees Internet Of Things Fulfilling Promises Of Futures Past

Jason Hope, Arizona’s preeminent tech entrepreneur, has taken to the internet recently to talk about the many exciting new developments he sees coming down the pipeline as the Internet of Things takes off.

One thing Jason Hope addresses is the failure of futurists in the postwar period to accurately predict what would come to fruition. This may be also be interpreted as a failure of our nation’s own inventiveness. But Hope sees this changing soon, as the Internet of Things begins making its pervasive presence felt throughout every facet of American life.

Jules Vern versus the Jetsons

Jules Vern, in his novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, accurately predicted to coming nuclear age and the advent of the nuclear submarine as the supreme instrument of naval warfare. Yet, shortly after the first nuclear submarine was christened the Nautilus, after the vessel in Vern’s book, The Jetsons, a series about a family living in an indeterminate, space-age future, premiered. In contrast to the almost perfect clairvoyance of Verne in assessing the state of future technology, the Jetsons and similar trains of thought among the futurists of the ’60s never came to fruition.

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Children of the ’50s and ’60s were told that they would own flying cars when they reached their parents’ age. They were told that ovens would custom-make food from molecular scratch. Virtually none of the futurist conceptions of the age ever came to be.

But Hope as futurist sees that all changing as the Internet of Things takes off, making some of these things possible for the first time.