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Douglas M. Yeaman’s
Biographic Portfolio
Doug Yeaman, a powerful motivator who
has trained tens of thousands of professionals,
is the founder of Quantum Management Sys-
tems. A highly respected management consult-
ant, he is known for his ability to motivate and
train people within organizations, enabling them
to become highly productive and for enabling
organizations to become high performance
Mr. Yeaman's impressive track record
includes founding a soft drink company at the
age of 23 which he subsequently sold to a
Fortune 500 company and began to establish his
now national recognition and reputation. Mr.
Yeaman spent a year as a business consultant in
Europe and the United Kingdom. Upon his return
to the United States in the early 1970's, he
organized a large management consulting
company in the San Francisco Bay area. The firm
specialized in organizational development and
management. In 1976 he created the highly
respected Laser™ Management Training. Today,
Mr. Yeaman is a highly respected management
consultant and is known for his ability to moti-
vate and train within organizations, enabling
them to become high performance systems .
Mr. Yeaman displayed his impressive
aptitude for systems and system development at
the young age of 8, creating his first computer,
which he made to play tic tac toe from wire,
orange juice cans, wood and penlight batteries
and lights. At the age of 9 he made his first
crystal radio from war surplus parts.
At the age of 10 he displayed his first
attraction to business creating a shoe-shine
business with his two younger brothers shining
the shoes for monthly customers he found and
At the age of 11 he started a business
building miniature crystal radios and selling
them to school mates.
At the age of 12 he continued his success-
ful radio business and entered his first science
fair, winning first place with the construction of
an electric motor made from wire, orange juice
cans and wood and nails.
At the age of 13 he entered the science
fair, winning first place with the construction of
a model fluorescent light bulb.
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