Peter Weill is a Senior Research Scientist and Chair of the Center for Information Systems Research (CISR) at the MIT Sloan School of Management. His work centers on the role, value, and governance of digitization in enterprises. In 2008, Weill war ranked as #24 of The Top 100 Most Influential People in IT, the highest-ranked academic.
Tom Peters is an American writer on business management practices, best known for "In Search of Excellence".
Kurt Lewin is considered a pioneer to study group dynamics and organizational development.
Victor H. Vroom is a professor of management at the Yale School of Management. In 1968 he developed his own Expectancy Theory.
Jacob Bernoulli was a Swiss mathematician and physicist. He was one of the mathematicians who laid the foundation of the theory of probability and mathematical analysis.
Frederick Winslow Taylor is usually considered one of the founders of modern management and the first representative of the traditional school of management.
Richard Pascale is a leading business consultant, scholar and co-author, together with Anthony Athos, of the bestselling book “Art of Japanese Management”, which was published in 1981.
Allen Newell dedicated to the decision making and cognitive processes and their modeling using computer technology. Among other things, he is a co-author of Means-Ends Analysis.
Henri Fayol was a French mining engineer and director who developed a general theory of business administration. He was one of the most influential contributors to modern concepts of management.
E. Jerome McCarthy is an important American marketing theorist. In 1960, he reduced the model of Marketing Mix to 4P - Product, Price, Place and Promotion.