Rick Wheatley

Rick Wheatley

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In just eight short years, 46% of the U.S. workforce will be comprised of millennials. This infographic shares how and why to manage them.

A woman's place in the modern workforce is a hotly debated issue these days, but despite boardroom disparities, woman-owned startups are growing faster and generating more revenue.

Left Brain, Right Brain. Thanks George!

Left & right brain illustration . Whichever side is on is always just too much. LEFT tries to organized my life (or at least feel guilty about being disorganized), and RIGHT is trying to play and create and escape the terror of trying to run my life.

The Lean Startup is full of great insights for entrepreneurs - equally valuable for those that are out on their own & those that are inside an organization. Summary here: http://ecorner.stanford.edu/authorMaterialInfo.html?mid=2329

Eric Ries, The Lean Startup & the most innovative book launch ever? Video & transcript of Eric's talk, 'The science of lean startups' at Business of Software

It's been a while since I read this book - influenced my thinking significantly. Wheatley (no relation) talks about the chaos and interconnectedness of things and how that affects leadership.

It's been a while since I read this book - influenced my thinking significantly. Wheatley (no relation) talks about the chaos and interconnectedness of things and how that affects leadership.

Eaarth is a great book on climate change - particularly when it comes to understanding the costs of extreme weather for companies & communities. The book focuses on the changes we're already seeing rather than the threat of things that might happen in the future. Very informative read.

Eaarth is a great book on climate change - particularly when it comes to understanding the costs of extreme weather for companies & communities. The book focuses on the changes we're already seeing rather than the threat of things that might happen in the future. Very informative read.

One of the best books on Sustainability I've read - specifically geared toward business leaders. An extremely relevant discussion on how leaders should think about their own purpose and what that means for the purpose of their companies. Great examples from companies everyone will recognize from the real world. Written by Carol Sanford - www.carolsanford.com

One of the best books on Sustainability I've read - specifically geared toward business leaders. An extremely relevant discussion on how leaders should think about their own purpose and what that means for the purpose of their companies. Great examples from companies everyone will recognize from the real world. Written by Carol Sanford - www.carolsanford.com

Deloitte surveyed it's Millennial workforce and asked questions about the responsibility business has to society, etc. Interesting & important results.

Now we know, survey says. of Millennials say they think businesses will have a greater impact than any other societal segment—including government—on solving the world's biggest challenges.

This ultimate guide to Millennials in the workplace offers valuable insight and practical tips on how Boomers, Gen Xers, and even Millennials themselves can bridge generational gaps, be more productive, and achieve organizational success like never before.

This ultimate guide to Millennials in the workplace offers valuable insight and practical tips on how Boomers, Gen Xers, and even Millennials themselves can bridge generational gaps, be more productive, and achieve organizational success like never before.

Cutting to the chase and taking a good hard look at the issues that are dear to the next generation. Also not afraid to call the boomer generation into question. What will their legacy ultimately be and who will the M's have to become to dig themselves out of the mess they are left in?

Cutting to the chase and taking a good hard look at the issues that are dear to the next generation. Also not afraid to call the boomer generation into question. What will their legacy ultimately be and who will the M's have to become to dig themselves out of the mess they are left in?