Gary Hamel's speeches explore iconic moments of change and advancement in both the business and production world. In particular, Hamel discusses the managerial practices implemented by businesses at certain times in the past.
Recently, Hamel was ranked by The Wall Street Journal as the "world's most influential business thinker" and is considered by Fortune to be "the world's leading expert on business strategy." Currently the director of Management Labs, Hamel works daily to accelerate new techniques and tactics of business management. He is also the co-founder of 'The Management Innovation Exchange (MIX),' an online community aimed at allowing the unbridled proliferation of business idea. Prior to this position, Hamel was a visiting professor at the London Business School, where he is currently a visiting Professor of Strategic and International Management.
With his articles published in 'Harvard Business Review' and as a contributing writer at 'The Financial Times' and 'The Wall Street Journal,' Hamel is a well-respected individual in the business community. He is also a contributor for CNN and CNBC. Clients like Procter & Gamble and Microsoft rely on Hamel for consulting and management advice, further proving his expertise in leadership.
As an author, Hamel is known for his publications 'Competing for the Future' and Amazon's Best Business Book of the Year 'The Future of Management.' Similar to his writing, Gary Hamel's speeches delve into momentous changes of the past that will hopefully enable more advancements for the future.