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To kick things off here are a few for whom 'thought' and 'leadership' are well deserved tags IMHO
- Charles Handy, Tom Peters Chris Anderson Meredith R. Belbin Warren Bennis Peter Block Edward de Bono Jim Collins Stephen R. Covey Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi Peter F. Drucker John Elkington Howard Gardner Malcolm Gladwell Daniel Goleman Rosabeth Moss Kanter Philip Kotler Lawrence Lessig David H. Maister Abraham H. Maslow C. K. Prahalad Thomas A. Stewart
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Secondly, Richard Pascale who seems to have faded recently, his 7S framework first saw the public light in an appendix to In Search of Excellence and was later expanded in Surfing the Edge of Chaos.
From your list I'd support Peter Block, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Peter Drucker, Rosabeth Moss Kanter, David Maister & CK Prahalad. (I've not heard of Chris Anderson so I shall go and look him up). I've learnt from most of the others but not sure I'd have them up in lights in this context.
Interstingly thinking back twenty years I've heard a few of these speak, Moss Kanter, Pascale, Mintzberg, de Bono, Drucker - all good experiences, and usually better than the book!
Some more nominees - Michael Porter for Competitive Strategy; Robert Kaplan and David Norton for The Balanced ScoreCard and Robert Kaplan and Thomas Johnson for Relevance Lost , Edgar Schein, Peter Senge (and Art Kleiner) for The Fifth Discipline series; and Scott Adams for Dilbert and the pointy-haired boss.
It's mostly nitty-gritty stuff, but he does devote several chapters (7-9) to the difficult tension between centralization and decentralization, i.e. function vs. mission.
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