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Congratulations to our Innovation Excellence Thinkers50 Winners

Congratulations to our Innovation Excellence Thinkers50 WinnersWho is the most influential living management thinker?

Well, today the Thinkers50 2015 global ranking was released and provides the answer. Published every two years, it is the essential guide to which business thinkers and ideas are still relevant, and which thought leaders have been consigned to business history. The 2015 Thinkers50 ranking was unveiled this evening at an event at Drapers’ Hall in the City of London.

We are proud to celebrate those with ties to Innovation Excellence who have made the Thinkers50 2015 rankings or who have won a 2015 Distinguished Achievement Award. These include:

Roger Martin – Who won the Distinguished Achievement Social Enterprise Award along with Sally Osberg.

Alex Osterwalder – Who won the Distinguished Achievement Strategy Award along with Yves Pigneur.

Other Innovation Excellence contributors who made the Thinkers50 Rankings:

Henry Chesbrough
Whitney Johnson

(Hopefully I didn’t miss anyone.)

Finally, I would be remiss if I were to reiterate my gratitude to the Innovation Excellence for nominating Innovation Excellence co-founders Braden Kelley and Rowan Gibson for this prestigious list and for the Distinguished Achievement Award for Innovation, for which Rowan Gibson made the short list.

You can find the full Thinkers50 2015 Rankings and the Distinguished Achievement Award Winners by clicking on the links.

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Braden KelleyBraden Kelley is a popular innovation speaker, builds sustainable innovation cultures, and tools for creating successful change. He is the author of the five-star book Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire and the creator of a revolutionary new Change Planning Toolkit™ coming soon. Follow him on Twitter (@innovate) and Linkedin.

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