2013 Top Professors on Twitter

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Below you’ll find who we feel are the 2013 top 50 professors on twitter, broken into lists around leadership, innovation, and strategy, as well as five at-large professors. Gary Hamel.

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Meaning Matters

Lead Change Blog

Leadership Development big picture Csikszentmithalyi Daniel Pink employee engagement Gary Hamel happiness Learning McKinsey Quarterly meaning motivation Purpose Richard Davidson Strengths Values Viktor Frankl work

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Moving Folks from “Obedience’ to “Passion” – Gary Hamel’s Six Levels of Human Capabilities at Work

First Friday Book Synopsis

Every business wants employees who have world-class skills, who are well trained and eager to learn more. Trouble is, obedience, diligence, and competence are becoming global commodities. You can buy these human capabilities just about anywhere in the world, and in places like India and China, they can be bought for next to nothing… If [.]. Randy's blog entries

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30 Books in 30 days – Remembering 15 years of the 1st Friday Book Synopsis – (The Future of Management by Gary Hamel)

First Friday Book Synopsis

{On April 5, 2013, we will celebrate the 15th Anniversary of the First Friday Book Synopsis, and begin our 16th year. During March, I will post a blog post per day remembering key insights from some of the books I have presented over the 15 years of the First Friday Book Synopsis. We have met [.]. Randy's blog entries

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Paul Leinwand and Cesare Mainardi on “The Coherence Premium”

First Friday Book Synopsis

Prahalad Gary Hamel Harvard Business Review HBR Blog Network HBR email alerts Paul Leinwand and Cesare Mainardi on "The Coherence Premium Here is an excerpt from an article written by Paul Leinwand and Cesare Mainardi for Harvard Business Review and the HBR Blog Network. To read the complete article, check out the wealth of free resources, and sign up for a subscription to HBR email alerts, please click here. * * * Sustainable, superior returns accrue […].

Dan Pontefract: Part 1 of an interview by Bob Morris

First Friday Book Synopsis

framework T+D Magazine Chief Learning Officer Magazine Gary Hamel IBM James O''Toole Judgment Calls Lao Tzu Lou Gerstner Mark Zuckerberg Michelangelo Oscar Wilde Participative Leader Framework Paul Schoemaker Peter Drucker Picasso Tao Te Ching TEDxTalk Terry Fox The Connected Leader The Future of Management The Giving Tree the ideology of comfort and the tyranny of custom Tom Davenport Voltaire Winston Churchill Zappos

Dan Pontefract : Part 2 of an interview by Bob Morris

First Friday Book Synopsis

Dan Pontefract is the author of Flat Army: Creating a Connected and Engaged Organization. He also holds the role of Head of Learning & Collaboration at TELUS where he is responsible for the overarching leadership development, learning and collaboration strategy for the company where he introduced the TELUS Leadership Philosophy and the Learning 2.0 framework […].

Say “Hi” and “Bye”

Michael Lee Stallard

Update: Howard Behar, former President of Starbucks North America and Starbucks International, and I co-authored an article entitled “ Leadership Myopia ” that appears in the August edition of Leadership Excellence alongside articles by well known leadership experts Gary Hamel, Marshall Goldsmith and Patrick Lencioni. On October 10, I will give a keynote speech at the Retailing Summit held in Dallas, Texas.

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Change the Conversation, Change the Game

Harvard Business Review

In this wide-ranging panel discussion, renowned business author Gary Hamel joins with Jim Stikeleather , author and chief innovation officer for Dell Services, Leni Kaufman , CIO of Newport News Shipbuilding, and Tim Theriault , CIO of Walgreens, to discuss how CIOs must redefine IT value and sharpen their focus. In this wide-ranging panel discussion, renowned business author Gary Hamel joins with Jim Stikeleather, author and chief innovation officer for.">.

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Why Is Innovation So Often Synonymous With Disappointment?

Harvard Business Review

Josh Lerner of Harvard Business School urges companies to look beyond the usual R&D approach to consider becoming corporate venture capitalists themselves, a point he expands on in his article "Corporate Venturing" in the October 2013 issue of HBR.

Why Is Innovation So Often Synonymous With Disappointment?

Harvard Business Review

Josh Lerner of Harvard Business School urges companies to look beyond the usual R&D approach to consider becoming corporate venture capitalists themselves, a point he expands on in his article “Corporate Venturing” in the October 2013 issue of HBR. Gary Hamel will explore how companies build their innovation engines. Because a pure idea is a beautiful thing, and seeing it get mauled as it struggles to become something real can be highly disappointing.

How to Reward Your Stellar Team

Harvard Business Review

At a meeting with Gary Hamel, just before the famed management thinker was about to give a speech referencing PfizerWorks at the World Business Forum, Jordan asked if he''d be willing to mention the team by name.

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How CIOs Can Change the Game

Harvard Business Review

It was an enlightening conversation with business strategy guru Gary Hamel , Newport News Shipbuilding''s CIO Leni Kaufman , and Walgreens'' CIO Tim Theriault, with HBR editor Angelia Herrin moderating. asked Gary Hamel. The findings are sobering: almost half of CEOs view their CIOs as out of step with the business and about the same percentage think IT should be a commodity service, purchased as needed.

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The Power of Intent

Harvard Business Review

Prahalad and Gary Hamel referred to that in an award-winning HBR article Strategic Intent. As Hamel and Prahalad point out, a snapshot by itself yields little information about "whether the driver is out for a quiet Sunday drive or warming up for the Grand Prix.". A fellow business leader complained the other day that although he had repeatedly sought feedback, his team had never told him what they really thought about his management style.

Three Ways CIOs Can Connect with the C-Suite

Harvard Business Review

Gary Hamel maintains that the key to future success is management innovation. To begin the conversation, Dell, HBR and CIO magazine are sponsoring a Harvard Business Review panel discussion, "Change the Conversation, Change the Game," through a webinar , broadcasting live from The CIO Leadership event in Boca Raton, Florida May 5-7, 2013.

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Do Customers Even Care about Your Core Competence?

Harvard Business Review

When Prahalad and Hamel published their classic HBR article The Core Competence of the Corporation in 1990, they called out three essential criteria: difficult for competitors to emulate or imitate; reusable throughout the enterprise for enabling products and service; and, last but not least, a contributor to perceived and experienced customer value and benefit. A provocative—possibly apocryphal—story has the late C.K.

Hierarchy Is Overrated

Harvard Business Review

There is a growing body of evidence that shows that organizations with flat structures outperform those with more traditional hierarchies in most situations (see the work of Gary Hamel for a good summary of these results). Maybe you’ve heard the old cliché – if you’ve got “too many chiefs,” your initiative will fail. Every time I hear it, I wonder, “Why can’t everyone be a chief?”.

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The Metamorphosis of the CIO

Harvard Business Review

Gary Hamel asserts that management innovation is the critical component and starting point for all innovation-in terms of operations, technology, product, strategy, etc. To begin the conversation, Dell, HBR and CIO magazine are sponsoring a Harvard Business Review panel discussion, "Change the Conversation, Change the Game," through a webinar , broadcasting live from The CIO Leadership event in Boca Raton, Florida May 5-7, 2013.

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