Dec 14, 2005
Where are the specialists?
Remember I posted earlier on the Thinkers 50 ?
I realized that the list is almost completely comprised of Strategy and Organizational gurus...
No Tom Davenport there, no Dave Ulrich and no Bala Balachandran.
I wonder why that is?
Is it because strategy gurus are considered more "guru" than others? Why exclude the specialists? Surely they have much more on-the-ground impact than the strategy guys. I personally have been impacted more in the "how-to" of my job by people like Ulrich and Davenport than Porter or Peters.
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