Remembering C.K. Prahalad

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We at MIT Sloan Management Review  were saddened to learn of the recent death of influential management thinker C.K. Prahalad, a professor at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan and the author of well-known management books such as “The Fortune at The Bottom of the Pyramid.”

As an obituary in the Financial Times notes, Prahalad’s “death brings a premature end to what was a remarkable and highly productive career. Over the last three decades CK launched radical new ideas which would soon become conventional wisdom.”

Prahalad contributed a number of articles to MIT Sloan Management Review; in fact, he coauthored more than half a dozen articles that appeared in MIT SMR between 1976 and 2003:

 

 

 

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suhaibriaz
Thank you for this timely remembrance of Prahalad's works in MIT Sloan. The memory of such an influential scholar certainly needs to be cherished more.