Who said women could not succeed just like men? Laura Dickey’s career journey will prove that ladies have similar power as men to turn their passion and knowledge into career fulfillment. In a world that has been denominated with technology, becoming successful is easy if you embrace business intelligence and digital insights. It is a barbaric act to make and business decision without researching extensively; thus, being a data-driven individual is what will set you apart. Though entrepreneurs who existed before the birth of technology had the reason why they couldn’t conduct thorough research on any opportunity they eyed due to the much time the process consumed, millennial entrepreneurs have no excuse.
This is because, information technologies make the process efficient and effective, and with no time, one will know whether to continue with the project or not. Before becoming the CEO of Dickey’s Barbecue Restaurants, Laura Dickey had made a name for herself in the national restaurant industry. This was contributed by how well versed she was with artificial intelligence and big data, which she incorporated in the franchise’s business model, resulting in boom growth. Though Laura Rea Dickey Dickey was in a better position to head the business since she was part of the family, she gained the job due to her intelligence and hard work, which took Dickey’s Barbecue Restaurants national and scooping the top position in the international restaurant industry.
Since hard work calls for awards and recognitions, the Dallas-based CEO has received outstanding awards and recognitions, including joining D Magazine’s Top 500 CEOs list and Top 25 Movers and Shakers list of the Fast Casual Magazine. Laura’s Career did not start shinning when he joined Dickey’s Barbecue Restaurants, but even from her time working with renowned firms: The Richards Group, The Point Group, and Murray Brown Creative Group. The solid education background of Laura Dickey can be traced at the Texas Christian University, where she earned her undergraduate degree in the early 2000s. Laura Rea Dickey’s: Twitter.