Rosabeth Moss Kanters work has had a huge impact on the business world and has helped to change the way many organizations treat employees. She set out as a sociologist but is now a professor at Harvard Business School. She hit the management headlines in 1977 with her first book, Men and Women of the Corporation, which was awarded best book of the year on social issues. It introduced the concept of empowerment with which she has been associated ever since.
Her many books embrace complex ideas and are supported by a wealth of research. She tackles a wide range of issues which impinge on modern corporate life including; managing change, strategy, innovation and leadership.
She was the last academic to edit the Harvard business review to which she regularly contributes. Her 2011 HBR article, "How Great Companies Think Differently," won a McKinsey Award for best article.
Her 2013 book SuperCorp based on a 3 year worldwide research programme, looks at how a new generation of values-driven businesses do well while still maintaining a social conscience. Other books include Confidence - a book about why winners succeed based on the study of leading companies such as Continental Airlines, Seagate, and Verizon.
She is chair of the consultancy Goodmeasure which has worked with IBM, Gap Inc., Monsanto, British Airways, and Volvo. In 1988 she was advisor to the Democrat Michael Dukakis during his presidential campaign.
With boundless enthusiasm and a powerful command of ideas, she continually engages with the issues of the day and keeps her audiences riveted.
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