Tim Rahschulte, Ph.D.

Chief Executive Officer, The Professional Development Academy

Tim Rahschulte, PhD is the chief executive officer at The Professional Development Academy and chief architect of the NACo High Performance Leadership Program and a faculty member at George Fox University’s College of Business, where he teaches in the Doctor of Business Administration and Master of Business Administration programs. Dr. Rahschulte has over twenty years of professional management experience and started his career in corporate finance for a multibillion-dollar company.

A former chief learning officer in Oregon’s state government, he has lectured internationally and is the co-author of "Projects Without Boundaries: Successfully Leading Teams and Managing Projects in a Virtual World" (Wiley, 2017); "Program Management for Improved Business Results" (Wiley, 2007); "Leading Global Project Teams" (Wiley, 2010); and "Distributed Team Collaboration in Organizations"(Wiley, 2011).

More from Tim Rahschulte, Ph.D.

  • County News

    Measure What Matters — Only What Matters

    If you’re going to focus on action in an effort to accomplish something, anything, you’re going to want to measure it. How else will you know if you’re making progress, getting better, achieving what’s possible and staying on track to reach your aiming points and realize your envisioned future state?
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    Don’t let actions get ahead of culture

    Aristotle said, “Change in all things is sweet.” From some perspectives, that may be true, but if you’ve ever experienced periods of big transformation or massive and disruptive change, you may very well take issue with Aristotle’s fervor in explaining it with such palatability.
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    Don’t Confuse Effort with Progress or Output with Outcomes

    How often do you greet people throughout the day and ask, “How’s it going?” or “What are you working on?” Probably a lot. How often do you get an immediate response such as, “Wow, there’s a lot going on,” or “We’re really busy working on a lot of things today?” Is the response one of effort or progress?
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    Excellence Is Not an Exception

    As you go about preparing to realize your vision, it’s important to plan for excellence. Often — too often, actually — planning efforts are focused on “what” and not “how.” Certainly, knowing what to do is vitally important if you have any chance of realizing the future state of a vision.

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