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Thinkers50 Awards Shortlist announced
We are delighted to announce the shortlist nominees for the eight new Thinkers 50 Awards. The winners will be announced on the 14th November at the Lancaster Hotel in London at the Thinkers50 Summit
Which management idea has emerged over the last two years with the potential to change the world? We are looking for ideas, which, practically and inspirationally, challenge managers to change their worlds.
Umair Haque: Capitalism 2.0.
Roger Martin: Integrative Thinking
Michael Porter: Shared Value
Linda Scott: The Double X Economy
Theresa Amabile: The Progress Principle
THE LEADERSHIP AWARD SHORTLIST 2011
Sponsored by the Open University
Which thinker has contributed most significantly to our understanding of leadership over the last two years?
Rob Goffee & Gareth Jones
THE GLOBAL VILLAGE AWARD SHORTLIST 2011
This award is given to the thinker who has contributed most to our understanding of globalisation and the new frontiers established by the emerging markets.
THE INNOVATION AWARD SHORTLIST 2011
Sponsored by Fujitsu
Which management thinker is re-shaping the way we think about and practice innovation?
THE STRATEGY AWARD SHORTLIST 2011
If you were the CEO of a major corporation who would you turn to for practical and imaginative strategic advice? Who could see your world in a new light and figure out a way through the competitive complexity?
W Chan Kim & Renée Mauborgne
THE FUTURE THINKER AWARD SHORTLIST 2011
Which thinker has emerged over the last two years with the potential to change the world of theory and practice?
Chip & Dan Heath
Sung Joo Kim
THE THINKERS 50 BOOK AWARD SHORTLIST 2011
Which business book has made the outstanding contribution to management thinking over the last two years?
Julian Birkinshaw – Reinventing Management (Jossey-Bass)
Pankaj Ghemawat – World 3.0 (HBR Press)
Roger Martin – Fixing the Game (HBR Press)
Vineet Nayer (Indian) – Employees First, Customers Second (HBR Press)
Richard Rumelt – Good Strategy/Bad Strategy (Profile)
Don Tapscott & Anthony D. Williams – Macrowikinomics (Portfolio Penguin)
Linda Hill and Kent Lineback – Being the Boss (HBR Press)
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