Philosophies of The World’s TOP 10 Management Gurus

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Modern management has been carved into its present state by committed quality gurus who due to their quest of believing in a better world have researched and come up with top notch philosophies and theories. Here are the world’s top 10 Management Thinkers and their unique business philosophies.

John Kotter

Demystifies change in an organization… He has an eight step process for implementing successful change in an organization. He advocates management behaviorsto always be transmitting the message of change.

James Collins III

His approach deals with how companies can transform themselves with key ideas centering around ensuring that this success lasts. He debunks the myth of any connection between money and change mastery and shows research to prove it.

Nicholas Taleb

his unique concepts which include faultiness of quantitive economics and the idea of ‘antifragility’. His reputation comes through his regular correct predictionsof matters concerning risk management and finances.

Joseph Stiglitz

Focuses on income distribution, international trade and vices like corporate governances. He gives his views when it comes to capitalism as an inherently democratic and democratizing into an instrument that promotes the interest of an influential few.

Daniel Goleman

Focuses on the psychology sector of the management world and topics which mainly deal with the human brain.  They include self deception, creativity and transparency.

Daniel Pink

He mainly deals with the different behaviors we experience in an organization. He explains how these behaviors tend to influence the outcome of any business.

Clayton Christensen

Explores how a personal philosophy of life affectthem in management at work. His aim is to keep high achievers from being disrupted in their own lives.

Dr.Phillip Kotler

He focuses on marketing management and defines it as the art and science of choosing target markets andgetting, keeping and growing customers through creating, delivering and also communicating superior value.

Chris Anderson

He looks at a thorough overview of the history of pricing and commerce and touches on how digital commerce has revolutionized freeconomics.  His unique paradigm is based on his 4 basic business “free”models.