July 28th, 2012 Gary Hamel
Fortune magazine has labeled Gary Hamel "The World's Leading Expert on Business Strategy" and The Economist calls him "The World's Reigning Strategy Guru"
Recently, the Journal of Business Strategy listed Hamel as one of the 20th centurys 25 most influential business thinkers, along with business pioneers such as Henry Ford and Bill Gates. For the past three years, Executive Excellence magazine has ranked Hamel as the worlds most influential management speaker.
Hamels landmark books, Leading the Revolution and Competing for the Future, have appeared on every management bestseller list and have been translated into more than 20 languages. His latest book, The Future of Management (Harvard Business School Press, October 2007), was voted Best Business Book of 2007 by the editors of Amazon.com.
Over the past twenty years, Hamel has authored 15 articles for the Harvard Business Review and is the most reprinted author in the Reviews history. He has also written for the Wall Street Journal, Fortune, The Financial Times and many other business publications around the world.
Since 1983, Hamel has been on the faculty of the London Business School were he is currently Visiting Professor of Strategic and International Management.
As a consultant and management educator, Hamel has worked for companies as diverse as General Electric, Time Warner, Nokia, Nestle, Shell, Best Buy, Procter & Gamble, 3M, IBM, and Microsoft. His pioneering concepts such as strategic intent, core competence, industry revolution, and management innovation have changed the practice of management in companies around the world. As one of the worlds most sought after management speakers, Hamel has addressed the World Economic Forum, the Fortune 500 Global Summit and many other similarly prestigious gatherings. Hamel has also advised government leaders on matters of innovation policy, entrepreneurship and industrial competitiveness.
At present, Hamel is leading an effort to build the worlds first Management Innovation Lab. The Lab is a pioneering attempt to create a setting in which progressive companies and world renowned management scholars work together to co-create tomorrows best practices today. The goal: radically accelerating the evolution of management knowledge and practice.
Hamel is a Fellow of the World Economic Forum and the Strategic Management Society.
Publications of Gary Hamel
The Why, What and How of Management Innovation (Harvard Business Review, February 2006)
Funding Growth in an Age of Austerity Harvard Business Review, JulyAugust 2004 [with Gary Getz]
The Quest for Resilience Harvard Business Review, September 2003 [with Liisa Valikangas]
The World Banks Innovation Market Harvard Business Review, November 2002 [with Robert Chapman Wood]
Waking Up IBM Harvard Business Review, JulyAugust 2000
Bringing Silicon Valley Inside Harvard Business Review, SeptemberOctober 1999
Strategy as Revolution Harvard Business Revolution, JulyAugust 1996
Competing for the Future Harvard Business Review, JulyAugust 1994 [with C.K. Prahalad]
The Core Competence of the Corporation Harvard Business Review, MayJune 1990 [with C.K. Prahalad]
What CEOs Can Learn from America Fortune, November 12, 2001, Vol. 144, Issue 9
Reinvent Your Company Fortune, June 12, 2000, Vol. 141, Issue 12, p 44
Killer strategies Fortune, June 23, 1997, Vol. 135, Issue 12, p 70
The Ultimate Business Library Capstone Publishing, 1997 [foreword and commentary]
Rethinking the Future Nicholas Brealey Publishing, 1997 [contribution, Reinventing the Basis for Competition]