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Who is your favourite management guru and why??

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Asked by Anandh, 05 Oct '07 07:14 pm
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Peter Ferdinand Drucker.

Because he is the MAN who literally re-invented MANAGEMENT.

The name is a brand now, nothing can take off the sheen. His unmatched contributions to pan management channels are the obvious reasons. Look at the sheer heterogeneity of his work, from Macroeconomics to CRM to Knowledge Management to BPR to what not! Following are the various professional feathers under his cap and the nuggets from his life which makes him my numero uno favorite.

** Its because of his vision that we have KPOs today. He drove in Knowledge Management when world needed it the most!
** Father of Management By Objectives [MBO] which is followed by almost all giant corps across globe from Toyota to Motorola and many Indian MNCs too like at Infosys.
** He is one of the key fuel behind General Motors's dream run by restructuring their divisional processes.
** He tapped the potential of White Collar workers and changed the command flow of managerial hierarchy to get more innovat ...more
Answered by Summer Rose, 15 Oct '07 03:25 pm

 
  
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arun sogani.. he can make so many management guru in short time..thats why..
Answered by vimal saini, 05 Oct '07 10:08 pm

 
  
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PART [a]
My real management Guru is DR.RCS
who taught me in one months (four classes) :
PANCH TANTRAs
NAV RATNAs
Five Ds
Hate d Paper
Motivating People

PART [b]
Other names, I may add, helps me only to keep my eyes wide open :

C.K. Prahalad
Giant management perceptions and strategies.
(Distance hearing in TV, Seminars)

Gita Piramal
Indian corporate sector with Indian historical and political references
(Distance hearing in TV, Seminars, Economic Times,)

Sumantra Ghoushal
International management, the founding dean of the ISB.
(Distance hearing in TV, Web pages)
Answered by bharat kumar, 07 Oct '07 02:55 pm

 
  
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