Writer and Management Consultant in Organizational Behaviour
Organization and productivity is something that many people struggle with, which makes Meg Wheatley's keynotes of the utmost importance. Behaviours associated to organizational structure are not just necessary in everyday life matters, but also play a huge role in the workplace and advancement of one's professional and personal goals.
Wheatley specializes in systems thinking, theories of change, chaos theory and learning organization. Educated at New York University, where she received her Master's in Systems Thinking, Wheatley went on to get her doctorate from Harvard University. She has since taught at the Marriott School of Management, Brigham Young University as an Associate Professor of Management as well as at Cambridge College in Massachusetts.
Named one of the "five living legends" by the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD), Wheatley has been well regarded and received many honors for her work. Audiences from a wide range of industries and fields can benefit from Meg Wheatley's keynotes.