Management gurus

Management Gurus offers an overview of the most important management gurus in the world. Here is a list of management gurus:

For each management thinker, we give an overview of the most important management theories of this person on Management Gurus. We will also add a biography of the most important thinkers. Of course we show the most important frameworks of this management guru. You are free to include these frameworks in your reports or on your website. A reference to us is of course highly appreciated. In addition to the most important frameworks, we show the most important publications of the management thinker.

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