Concise curriculum of Bedaux, Charles Eugène
(Charenton-le-Pont, France, 1886 – Miami, USA, 1944)
Charles E. Bedaux was the most innovative and colorful person amongst the founders of professional management consultancy.
He invented the “Bedaux System” for the measurement and remuneration of human labor and made it popular as a productivity strategy amongst the world's business leaders.
He built the first global network of consulting companies, split from the beginning in an Bedaux company for North America and one for the rest of the world.
Charles Bedaux became a power broker and the 5th wealthiest citizen in the United States in the 30’s of last century.
In 1934, he initiated and organized a 1.500-mile expedition through the northern mountains of British Columbia, still remembered by the Mount Bedaux.