Michael Ray

Stanford University professor who teaches BUS G341 (“Personal Creativity in Business”)

Noel M. Tichy

Noel Tichy is currently professor of organizational behavior and human resource management and director of the Global Leadership Program at the University of Michigan business school. Between 1985 and 1987, Dr. Tichy served as the GE’s manager of management education at its Leadership Development Center in Crotonville, N.Y.

John Sperling

Sperling is chairman of the Apollo Group Inc., a Nasdaq-traded holding company with a market cap of $7.5 billion, and founder of the University of Phoenix

Yves Doz

dean of executive education at INSEAD and author of “Alliance Advantage: The Art of From Global to Metanational: How Companies Win in the Knowledge Economy” and “Creating Value through Partnering” (written with Gary Hamel)

Peter Drucker

not really an interview, but rather a profile of the famous management guru – as viewed by those who have been fortunate to have been mentored by him.

Henry Mintzberg

Claus Møller

Claus Møller is the author of several books, including: Putting People First, Time Manager – the Key to Personal Effectiveness, Employeeship, A Complaint is a Gift, Be a Double Bagger and, most recently, Heart Work – Emotional Intelligence – Improving Personal and Organizational Effectiveness. Putting People First has sold more than two million copies worldwide. A Complaint is a Gift (co-authored with Janelle Barlow) features … [ Read more ]

David Clutterbuck

David Clutterbuck is Chairman of the ITEM Group, a leading communications project management company which he co-founded in 1982. Read what he has to say about the benefits, challenges and spread of mentoring, the development of communications and his forthcoming book “Mentoring for Diversity.”

Clayton M. Christensen

professor at Harvard, founder of Innosight (consulting company), and author of popular business book, The Innovator’s Dilemma

Stanley Hollander

Professor of Marketing at Michigan State University from 1959 to 1991, Stanley Hollander’s career in the fields of retailing and marketing spans more than fifty years, first in retailing, then with the Office of Price Administration prior to his move into academia in 1947. Among his many and diverse roles, Professor Hollander was founder and co-chair of the North American Workshops on Historical Research in … [ Read more ]

Taina Savolainen

Taina Savolainen, one of Finland’s leading experts in quality management, was recently nominated Professor of Organization and Management at the University of Jyväskylä, School of Business and Economics. Previously she held the positions of Professor of Quality Management at Helsinki University of Technology, Lahti Center and the University of Oulu, Faculty of Economics and Industrial Management.

C.K. Prahalad

article looks at Prahalad’s foray into the business world with his and partner Ramesh Jain’s new startup, Praja.

John Quelch

London Business School dean and global marketing guru.

Jeffrey E. Garten

dean of the Yale School of Management

C.K. Prahalad

Harvey C. Fruehauf Professor of Business at the University of Michigan Business School and well-known strategy expert

John Kao

Lecturer at Harvard, academic director of the Managing Innovation program at Stanford University and a visiting professor at the Media Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Warren Bennis

During his long and fruitful career, Warren Bennis has been a student, soldier, scholar, university provost, university president, student of leadership and group dynamics and distinguished professor.

Gary Hamel

visiting professor at the London Business School, co-author of “Competing for the Future” with C.K. Prahalad

Chris Argyris

James Bryant Conant Professor Emeritus of Education and Organizational Behavior at Harvard University

W. Brian Arthur

Citibank Professor at the Santa Fe Institute, a private think tank in New Mexico