WhenI created the Management Thinkers series of articles, I always intended a proportion of the thinkers to be doers to: entrepreneurs, business leaders, and management practitioners. 565 more words
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Kenneth Thomas gained his BA from Pomona College in 1968, quickly becoming a research Fellow at Harvard for a year. He then started a PhD in Administrative Sciences at Purdue University, whilst holding a junior teaching position at University of California, Los Angeles. 751 more words
Why should anyone be led by you?
It’s a fair question. And here’s another:
Why should anyone work here?
These two strikingly simple and obvious questions have been answered rather well, by two British management thinkers, Rob Goffee and Gareth Jones. 786 more words
Management literature is chock-full of books about the best companies and how to emulate them. Arguably the best of all these books is Tom Peters’ and Robert Waterman’s In Search of Excellence. 785 more words