Having served as CEO for two successful start-ups, CEO of the nation's largest human resources chapter, and President of a mature $200M publishing and broadcast media company, Doyle Young is a recognized expert in building and running successful organizations.
Doyle's work has been recognized by Harvard Business school, the University of Michigan Business School, and the Wall Street Journal. He is a frequent speaker for numerous professional organizations such as: The Entrepreneurship Institute, The Human Resource Council, The U.S. Dept. of Labor, The American Management Association, and many more. He has also appeared on television and is a frequent contributor to various business publications including Covey Executive Excellence and Personnel News. He writes a nationally syndicated column on workforce development topics read by 2.5 million subscribers in over 25 cities. Doyle is co-author of, "The Ever-Changing Organization: Creating the Capacity for Continuous Change, Learning and Improvement.."
He holds a BA in Industrial Psychology from Cal State University, Northridge, and an MBA from Golden Gate University. Doyle instructs Graduate level Business Leadership courses at CMU.
He teaches Leader & Corporate Development Strategy, Coaching & Consulting, Negotiations & Conflict Solutions, Large & State- owned Enterprises Restructure Management, Enterprise Strategy & Strategic Partners, Human Resources Strategy Development & Management, Strategy & Enterprise Culture.