More Thought leaders

  • December 11, 2007

    Why Your Next CEO Should Come from Inside

    by Steven Wheeler
    Harvard Business School professor Joseph L. Bower believes that only home-grown leaders have the sense of history and respect for culture to bring companies through major transitions. But not every insider is up to the job.
  • November 28, 2007

    The Dance of Power

    by Sally Helgesen
    Richard Strozzi-Heckler teaches military and business decision makers how to build the muscle and fluency of leadership.
  • October 16, 2007

    Kevin George: Unilever’s Digital Media Strategy

    by Andrea Rasmussen and Carolyn Ude
    Unilever’s U.S. vice president and general manager of its deodorants division discusses his company’s approach to launching new products using a variety of new media channels.
  • September 25, 2007

    Fearlessness: The Last Organizational Change Strategy

    by Art Kleiner
    Corporate courage has faltered in the wake of September 11, 2001, and the dot-com crash. Management expert Margaret Wheatley says that leaders must face reality — and maybe abandon e-mail.
  • September 11, 2007

    The Situational Leader

    by Matthew Prewitt
    Jack Stahl, a former chief executive at Coca-Cola and Revlon, discusses how great leaders balance their broad strategic missions with constant attention to organizational detail.
  • July 17, 2007

    Covering the Cost of War

    by Art Kleiner
    Robert Hormats, an international finance expert and the author of The Price of Liberty: Paying for America's Wars, describes the problems with current U.S. fiscal policy, and how to adjust the country's spending for present and future global battles.
  • May 29, 2007

    Howard Gardner Does Good Work

    by Lawrence M. Fisher
    The originator of multiple intelligence theory prescribes a code of ethics for business.
  • February 28, 2007

    The Game Maven of New Haven

    by Michael V. Copeland
    Yale professor Barry Nalebuff brought game theory from the ivory tower to the executive suite — and to his own thriving company, Honest Tea.
  • February 13, 2007

    The Dignitarian Way

    Author and activist Robert Fuller argues for the end of abuse of rank — at work, in society, and around the world.