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Thinkers50 Radar 2022: Melissa A. Schilling

Melissa A. Schilling is an authority on innovation and strategy in high technology industries. She is the Herzog Professor of Management at the NYU Stern School of Business, where her research has investigated how tech firms win battles in platform ecosystems, and how modularity creates value in both product and organizational forms. Her textbook Strategic...

Thinkers50 Radar 2022: Julia Binder

Julia Binder is an expert in innovation and sustainability, and in the intersection where both can combine to transform our economic system. As a Professor of Sustainable Innovation and Business Transformation at IMD, her research has focused on how to create and run businesses in ways that generate economic, social, and environmental success. Julia...

Best New Management Books for 2022: Thinkers50 announces new booklist

PRESS RELEASE Monday 27 June 2022  LONDON – What are the new books every manager should read this year? Thinkers50, the global ranking of management thinkers, today announced its Best New Management Books: Top 10 New Titles for 2022.  The Thinkers50 Best New Books list offers an insight into what’s uppermost in managers’ minds. The Conversation,...

Thinkers50 Radar 2022: Lorenzo Davids

Lorenzo Davids is a leader in social development who has worked to address poverty and improve lives in South Africa. He is the CEO of The Development Impact Fund, an organization that invests in projects and entrepreneurs with potential to transform themselves and their communities. Through this work, it is his mission to help South Africa reconnect...

The Provocateurs: Episode 5 | Julie Carrier

Thinkers50 in partnership with Deloitte presents: The Provocateurs: podcast series EPISODE 5 ABOUT THIS EPISODE Julie...

Thinkers50 Radar 2022: Loran Nordgren & David Schonthal

Loran Nordgren & David Schonthal are the originators of ‘Friction Theory’, a ground-breaking methodology that explains why promising innovations and change initiatives may struggle to gain traction with their intended audiences. Both professors at the Kellogg School of Management, Loran and David’s book, The Human Element: Overcoming the Resistance...

Thinkers50 Radar 2022: Julia DiBenigno

Julia DiBenigno is an associate professor at Yale, and an organizational field researcher and ethnographer whose work has advanced our understanding of topics related to the sociology of work. Julia addresses pressing organizational problems through qualitative, ethnographic methodologies, immersing herself in the social worlds of those she studies....

Thinkers50 Radar 2022: Hilke Plassmann

Hilke Plassmann is a pioneer in the field of decision and consumer neuroscience. She holds a PhD on Decision Neuroscience from Münster University and has been a post-doctoral scholar at Stanford and Caltech. Now she is the Octapharma Chaired Professor of Decision Neuroscience at INSEAD. Her research has focused on consumer decision-making and how our...

Complex, ill-defined, and non-immediate problems

Executives who can learn the secret to solving complex problems have got it made, writes Professor Albrecht Enders Lots of people want to be popular. Googling the term ‘popularity’ returns more than four billion results (‘successfulness’ manages just 590,000). There are innumerable online resources — aimed at everyone from teenage girls to high-flying...

Thinkers50 Radar 2022: Mehran Gul

Mehran Gul is an expert on the emergence of a new generation of big technology companies around the world. Mehran thinks and writes about organizations and the types of environments that serve as the breeding grounds for innovative ideas and practices. He has been a speaker at many major events and institutions such as The Economist Innovation Summit,...

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