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Greatest Management Theorists of Twenty First Century
Posted on: May 26, 2012 at 12:00 AM
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It is really a formidable task to select the greatest management gurus of twenty first century as the status of the management gurus in the present time has become most variable in regard to different areas of competence.

It is really a formidable task to select the greatest management gurus of twenty first century as the status of the management gurus in the present time has become most variable in regard to different areas of competence and professional management expertise and there can be lot many figures of highest professional competence in every field of management who can as well be considered as the greatest management gurus of the twenty first century. Management theory has come a long way from its pre modern shape to the heightened and thought provocative management techniques of modern era to the most innovatively diversifying management practice of twenty first century. In this long journey we have encountered a great many management thinkers who shaped the management principle of our present business practice. We would introduce here some of the greatest thinking architects of the management practice who would be inevitable choice in our list of greatest management gurus of twenty first century.

Adrian Slywotzky

Adrian Slywotzky is a great expert in the economic and management theory and globally recognized thinker in the subject of profitability and growth in the new liberal economic situation. According to him business design of a firm should deserve more attention and focus compared to other areas like products and services, as this is more crucial determinant in the success of companies in the present economic condition. He has written some of the most profound books on profitability and growth like How to Think Several Moves Ahead of the Competition, The Profit Zone: How Strategic Business Design will lead you to Tomorrow's Profit and The Art of Profitability. He is regarded as one of the most influential and greatest management theorists of twenty first century.

Stewart Friedman

He is the working professor of management at the celebrated Wharton School of Management at the Pennsylvania University. He is considered to be one of the most sought after thinkers in the theories concerning the leadership development and work-life integration. He is the author of several influential books on the subject like Integrating Work and Life, Work and Family - Allies or Enemies, Total leadership: Be a better leader, have a richer life, etc.

Sir Ken Robinson

Being one of the most accomplished professors of education in the world he is an expert in the field concerning creative challenges in business and education. He is a great public speaker who is renowned for speaking publicly to huge audiences throughout the world regarding the creative process of development in education, business and public administration. This great personality from Ireland is popularly known for his charismatic public appearance with story and humor filled presentation in the subject of creative management. He is reported to have delivered public lecture and presentation to an estimated 200 million people in 150 countries. He has several influential management books like The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything and Out of Our Minds: Learning to be Creative, among which the first one has been translated into twenty one languages and considered as a masterpiece in the subject of creativity and innovation in management.

Rakesh Khurana

Rakesh Khurana is the famous leadership development professor at the Harvard Business School. His work on the leadership and the functioning of CEO in the macro organizational environment is worldwide well known. He his renowned for his major work on the subject of leadership, Searching for a Corporate Savior: The Irrational Quest for Charismatic CEOs which own critical appreciation throughout the world. He has also authored the book From Higher Aims to Hired Hands: The Social Transformation of American Business Schools and the Unfulfilled Promise of Management as a Professionthat deals with the questions relating to the viability of business management.

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