LID Publishing would like to congratulate two of our authors named on the Thinkers50 Radar list, Sanyin Siang and Anders Indset.
Thinkers50, the premier ranking of global business thinkers, announced the Thinkers50 Radar list of the 30 management thinkers most likely to shape the future of how organizations are managed and led.
The Thinkers50 Radar recognises the talent of up-and-coming management gurus. “The Radar list is keenly anticipated,” says Thinkers50 co-founder Des Dearlove. “It is an early warning system to alert managers about the people who are doing exciting and important work. We hope to see many of them on future Thinkers50 rankings of the world’s leading management thinkers.”
In 2018, for the second time, the Radar includes more women than men. The rise in influential women thinkers is also notable on the Thinkers50 ranking where the number of women thinkers has grown rapidly over recent years.
One of those women is Sanyin Siang, author of The Launch Book. Sanyin is the Executive Director of the Fuqua/Coach K Center on Leadership and Ethics at Duke University. She focuses on collaborative leadership, mentorship and strategic partnerships. Siang received her MBA and BSE from Duke University where she was an AB Duke Scholar.
A theme through her career is convening interdisciplinary, diverse and counterintuitive gatherings towards defining complex problems and implementing new approaches for solving them. Her life’s work has been about driving innovation, reinvention and transformation through breaking down silos and bridging divides.
Fellow LID author, Anders Indset was also named. “Our leaders of today need the philosophy of the past, paired with the scientific knowledge and technology of tomorrow,” says Anders Indset, described by one publication as a “rock and roll Plato.”
Norwegian-born occasional tech-investor based in Frankfurt, Germany and a visiting lecturer at leading international business schools, founding partner of Frankfurt International Alliance (FIA) and an advisory board member of German Tech Entrepreneurship Center (GTEC) as well as an advisor to CEOs and politicians. He is author of Wild Knowledge: Outthink the Revolution.
Check out the rest of the list here.
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