Speed should be prioritized above all else; it should be the default position. I would argue that most would allow for some dents in the race car if it meant the checkered flag.Tim’s Perspective
Speed should be prioritized above all else; it should be the default position. I would argue that most would allow for some dents in the race car if it meant the checkered flag.
With over two decades of experience, Tim joined the RGP family in 2003. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Notre Dame, where he graduated with honors, and a MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Tim’s passion for lifelong learning can be traced back to his mother, who always emphasized the importance of written communication and the immersive qualities of a good book.
Tim has enjoyed significant community and business success. He was named “40 Under 40” by Portland Business Journal in 2006, and in 2007, he was named “Man of the Year” by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society for his efforts in fundraising. Tim lives in Menlo Park, California with his wife and children, where he’s a self-proclaimed avid, albeit average, golfer.
I don't know if having a family qualifies for disruption, but it sure made me laser-focused on my priorities and goals. Learning to joyfully accept the needs of others before my own led to personal enlightenment and clarity that helped to propel significant growth and happiness.
It means the ability to take control and have impact. It means flexibility to make quick decisions. It is the ultimate freedom.
Work is changing at a speed that is historically unprecedented. There are so many factors and variables contributing to that change, and in the end, I believe it will unlock innovation in the labor force tantamount to a revolution. I am excited to be involved in that process and to help create the future instead of waiting for it.
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