MIT Sloan Management Review Authors Prominent in “Thinkers50“ 2013 Rankings
Twenty-two of top fifty are authors who have published in MIT SMR.
This week the Thinkers50 announced its 2013 ranking of the fifty top management thinkers in the world. The ranking was launched in 2001 and is published every two years.
Twenty-two of the top fifty are authors who have published in MIT SMR. They include:
|Clayton Christensen||Jeffrey Pfeffer|
|W. Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne||Morten Hansen|
|Vijay Govindarajan||Rita McGrath|
|Michael Porter||Marshall Goldsmith|
|Pankaj Ghemawat||Lynda Gratton|
|Richard D’Aveni||Gary Hamel|
|Nitin Nohria||Tammy Erickson|
|David Ulrich||Daniel Goleman|
|Henry Chesbrough||Rosabeth Moss Kanter|
|Julian Birkinshaw||Anil Gupta|
|Rakesh Khurana||Doug Ready|
We congratulate the authors on this honor and invite readers to explore their work further on our website. Here are just a few examples of their work:
- “Foundations for Growth: How to Identify and Build Disruptive New Businesses” by Clayton M. Christensen, Mark W. Johnson and Darrell K. Rigby
- “How to Rethink Your Business During Uncertainty” by Rita Gunther McGrath and Ian C. MacMillan
- “Would Your Employees Recommend You?” by Julian Birkinshaw
- “Why Leadership Development Efforts Fail” by Douglas A. Ready and Jay A.