Top 100 Thinkers in Management, Leadership and Business

Multiple “Top Thinkers” Lists

It is no surprise that there is not just one list of thinkers in management, leadership and business. There are many, and they vary in scope and topic.

Global Thinkers

Many of the best thinkers listed here are demonstrating inclusive, global thinking, the kind of thinking we need for leading ethically in a complex world.

Here is a wonderful sampling of thinkers that impact business, management and responsible leadership:

The Management A-List: The Annual Global Management Survey  iim-edu.org

The 50 Most Influential Management Gurus hbr.org

Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior trustacrossamerica.com

Thinkers 50  (World’s top 50 business thinkers) thinkers50.com

The World’s Most Influential Business Thinkers Forbes.com

Top 100 Internet of Things Thinkers  postscapes.com

Management A-List: World’s Most Respected Management Thinkers iim-edu.org

Thinkers 50 2011 Awards (Strategy, Global Village, Breakthrough Idea, Innovation, etc.) thinkers50.com

Linda Fisher Thornton is CEO/Owner of Leading in Context, and is on a mission to clarify what it means to lead ethically in a complex world.  She is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor, teaching Leadership for the University of Richmond School of Professional and Continuing Studies. Before becoming an external consultant, Linda was Chief Learning Officer and Senior Vice President for Central Fidelity Bank, headquartered in Richmond, Virginia.

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About Linda Fisher Thornton
Author of 7 Lenses, Speaker, Bringing Out the Best in People and Organizations Through Proactive Ethical Leadership, CEO Leading in Context, 2014 Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior, Adj. Assist. Prof. of Ethics and Leadership, UR SPCS

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