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Good management is a precious commodity in the corporate world. "Guide to Management Ideas and Gurus" is a straight-forward manual on the most innovative management ideas and the management gurus who developed them.The earlier edition, "Guide to Management Ideas, " presented the most significant ideas that continue to underpin business management. This new book builds on t ...more
Hardcover, 322 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by Economist Books (first published July 31st 2008)
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Riku Sayuj

This book is designed to lead the interested reader on to further learning through the reading lists that are attached to many of the entries. The author says that the original aim was to compile the 100 greatest management ideas and the 100 greatest gurus of the 20th century, an average of one big thought and one big thinker per year. Would have been a great idea. Obviously, that didn’t happen.

Hindle makes an interesting demarkation to help classify the thinkers:

1. The idea that management is
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Nanda Kumar
This book provides a brief about the major Management Ideas and the influential Management gurus. The briefs are unbiased and provides basic details aspiring readers to read further about the ideas and gurus from the business literature and works.

This is the best line according to me by the author, where he writes a sentence about the influence of epidemiology in business "A lot of the language owes to its spread to the influence of the internet, where viruses are common and where dormant inform
Johannes Kananen
The book provides a comprehensive overwview of some business ideas and and management thinkers of the last two centuries. It's organized as short two-page snippets of the each idea or thinker and thus can only provide a very brief introduction to the subjects.

Probably a good book for someone with a non-business/economics background, but for the business majors it might just be too boring.
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