Creator and Author of Scores on the Board®
From humble beginnings in the Australian township of Sebastopol, Bill Lang has built an impressive career as an educator, international business consultant, entrepreneur and executive coach. Inspired by his earliest teachers, managers and coaches, Bill went on to accomplish great things. He achieved academic acclaim when he graduated from the University of Melbourne with a combined degree in commerce and law, and was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship and Macquarie Bank Scholarship to attend Harvard Business School. There he won the highest academic honours as a Baker scholar, became one of two Proctor & Gamble International Fellows in 1990 and served as the managing editor of Net Present Value, Harvard Business School’s career guide for MBAs.
His extensive career profile includes working as a strategist and management consultant with KPMG, AXA, Macquarie Bank and McKinsey & Company. He also co-founded the FreeOnline business in Australia and Sharinga Networks Inc., the San Francisco-based technology company. Bill is the founder and CEO of Bill Lang International, which provides people and organisations the tools, systems and training they need to maximise their success. The team at Bill Lang International have helped thousands of business teams around the world increase their performance through implementing the Scores on the Board™ system.
Bill credits his early mentors with instilling in him his drive to learn, and to help others perform at the highest levels possible. In addition to his executive coaching, Bill has coached numerous children’s sports teams in Australia and the United States. As a child he played soccer from under 10s to under 17s with the Sebastopol Vikings.
Bill married the girl of his dreams and they live together in Melbourne, Australia, where they raised their three energetic children.