The role of Chief Executive Officer of a company is at the top of the hierarchy of a group, and it is one of the most influential positions one could have, apart from the role of President of the corporation as well as, of course, the title of founder or co-founder.
The Chief Executive Officer, or CEO for short, is responsible for the administration of the company and for following the guidelines of the administration council. Often times, the person responsible for this role holds a big responsibility for taking care of the administration of the business, but usually, the financial aspect is left for the CFO, and the creative decision-making is left to another sector.
Glen Wakeman is an example of the contrary.
Having studied finances and economics, both in his MBA from the University of Chicago and his BS in Economics & Finances from the financial school at the University of Scranton, Glen Wakeman has lots of experience with data and business administration and is very good with numbers, having studied economical mathematics in all of his under-graduation period.
Being the Co-founder of the corporation LaunchPad Holdings, LLC, Glen Wakeman is also the CEO of the business and has a tremendous respect for his team for being such a competent leader with many skills that have skyrocketed the corporation in the skies.
Glen Wakeman is a business owner, an investor and also a mentor for many young wannabe entrepreneurs who want to learn from the businesspeople who achieved their goals, such as Glen himself (NewsSky). He has taught many young students some of his knowledge about the financial business and his insight into the success of LaunchPad Holdings amidst so many other failures in the market. His company succeeded because of the competency of his staff and a perfect timing.
According to the entrepreneur himself, there are five critical components that young businesspeople need to pay attention to in order to have a chance in the business administration industry, and these are: To have a healthy leadership; understand human capital; the execution of tasks; risk management and; not less important, the ability of governance.