In my more than 20 years in strategy and management reporting, I’ve followed hundreds of business thought leaders. I’ve looked to them for wisdom and advice, and I wanted to share them with you. With so many innovative business people, balanced scorecard gurus, scholars, and executives, it was difficult to parse down the list.
In the end, I decided on the top
20 30 men and women—ranked alphabetically by last name—we follow for advice in the management world. If you follow and check in on these people occasionally, we’re confident you’ll pick up a few great tips about management, reporting, leadership, business and growth, productivity, economics, and more.
20 30 Business Thought Leaders
1. Teresa M. Amabile
Teresa Amabile is a Director of Research and Professor of Business Administration at Harvard. She studies how routine activities within an organization influence employee performance. Her latest book, The Progress Principle, teaches managers how to build up morale, engagement, creativity, and productivity within a team. She has presented her research-driven theories in public and private forums around the world, and implements her research and practices in major corporations.