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Management Theorists & Consultants

  • Chris Argyris (1923 - ): Topic Page
    US psychologist and social scientist, who has defined and promoted management theories and strategies for workplace learning and performance. MORE
  • Peter Drucker (1909 - 2005): Topic Page
    Austrian-born management expert, who emigrated to the USA in 1937 and worked as an economist and political scientist before starting a career as a professor of management in 1950. MORE
  • Gary Hamel (1954 - ): Topic Page
    US management consultant and academic. After teaching at the London Business School for ten years from 1983, he moved back to California to found Strategos, an international consulting firm specializing in strategy. MORE
  • James McKinsey (1889 - 1937): Topic Page
    US management consultant and founder of the global company McKinsey & Co. He was a university professor and a member of an accountancy practice when he founded McKinsey in 1926 to give financial and management advice to corporations. MORE
  • Michael Porter (1947 - ): Topic Page
    US management theorist and expert on competitive strategy. He joined the Harvard Business School faculty in 1973 and was appointed the Bishop William Lawrence University Professor in 2000, the fourth faculty member in the school's history to earn the distinction. MORE
  • Edgar Schein (1928 - ): Topic Page
    Throughout his career Schein has been concerned to clarify the relationship between the individual and the organization. His early work has its origins in his observations of Chinese Communists' methods of indoctrination in the Korean War. MORE
  • Frederick Taylor (1856 - 1915): Topic Page
    US engineer, management consultant, and the founder of scientific management. MORE

Leadership Theorists

  • Fred Fiedler (1922 - ): Topic Page
    Although his initial training at the University of Chicago was in clinical psychology, Fiedler has always been interested in industrial and organizational psychology. MORE
  • Francis Galton (1822 - 1911): Topic Page
    Francis Galton was born into a Quaker family with considerable wealth acquired first from trade as gun manufacturers and more recently from banking. MORE
  • Abraham Maslow (1908 - 1970): Topic Page
    US psychologist. A professor at Brooklyn College (1937-51) and Brandeis University (1951-61), he is regarded as the founder of humanistic psychology. MORE
  • David McClelland (1917 - 1998): Topic Page
    David McClelland is the founder and chairman of the Board of MoBer and Co. and Professor of Psychology at Harvard University. His forty years of research have resulted in an internationally recognized theory of human motivation. MORE
  • Douglas McGregor (1906 - 1964)
    From Capstone Encyclopaedia of Business
    Trained at the City College of Detroit and at Harvard, Douglas McGregor was a social psychologist who spent his career as president of Antioch College (1948–1954) and as a professor of management at MIT. Despite producing a limited number of publications in his short life, McGregor’s work remains highly significant. MORE
  • Victor Vroom (1932 - )
    From Biographical Dictionary of Psychology
    Victor Vroom was born and grew up in Montreal, Canada. During his youth, he was fascinated by jazz music and played the saxophone in bands. He went to the Sir George Williams College in Montreal, where he had his first contact with psychology. MORE

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