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Toolsheroes are leading authorities on proven practices. These persons, often called “gurus“, have very influential ideas or theories about various topics like i.e. management, strategy, marketing, quality management, problem solving, etc.

Toolsheroes are leading authorities on proven practices. These persons, often called “gurus“, have very influential ideas or theories about various topics like i.e. management, strategy, marketing, quality management, problem solving, etc.

Most toolsheroes are scientists, teachers, coaches, consultants, mentors who have the drive to share their knowledge and to help others achieving their practices.These people become highly respected in management circles because their years of study and the many publications and books that they publish. Most of these toolsheroes also speak in public such as seminars, webinars, on tour University colleges and other type of big events.

On the website of ToolsHero, you will find various toolsheroes such as like Tom Peters, Michael Porter, Alexander Osterwalder and many more. All with their own ideas and career background.

All of them have great topics, famous scientific models and theories. We also try to include quotes, if they we’re available, and their publications and books.

Enjoy and suggestions are always welcome.

Chester Barnard

July 22nd, 2022

Chester Barnard (Chester Irving Barnard, November 7 1886 – June 7 1961) was an American manager, public administrator and author of various titles in management theory and organisational studies. His signature book from 1938, The Functions of the…

Armand Feigenbaum

July 19th, 2022

Armand Feigenbaum (Armand V. Feigenbaum; 6 April 1922, 10 November 2014) was an American quality expert, businessman, and philanthropist who introduced the concept Total Quality Control what eventually led to Total Quality Management. He additionally authored the well-known book…

Kenichi Ohmae

July 12th, 2022

Kenichi Ohmae (1943) is a business- and corporate strategist in heart and soul. Ohmae has also developed the strategic triangle model and he is known worldwide as Mister Strategy. Biography Kenichi Ohmae Kenichi Ohmae holds a Bachelor’s degree from…

Kaoru Ishikawa

July 12th, 2022

Kaoru Ishikawa (1915 – 1989) was a Japanese professor, advisor and motivator with respect to the innovative developments within the field of quality management. Kaoru Ishikawa is best known for the development of the concept of the fishbone diagram

Gary Hamel

July 12th, 2022

Gary Hamel ranks as one of the world’s most influential business thinkers (according to Wall Street Journal). He is particularly known for the work he conducted with C.K. Prahalad with whom he developed the Core Competence Model. Biography Gary…

Sakichi Toyoda

July 5th, 2022

Sakichi Toyoda (1867 – 1930) was a Japanese inventor, industrialist and the founder of Toyota Industries Co., Ltd. Sakichi Toyoda revolutionized the textiles industry in Japan. He is sometimes called the Japanese Thomas Edison. He is also the founder…

Everett Rogers

July 5th, 2022

Everett Rogers (1931-2004) was a communication specialist, sociologist, writer and teacher. He is best known for his theory about the diffusion of innovations theory in which he introduced the term ‘early adopter’ or pioneer. Biography Everett Rogers In addition to…

Ikujiro Nonaka

July 1st, 2022

Ikujiro Nonaka (Nonaka Ikujirō; 10 May 1935) is a professor and author who is globally known for his theory of the knowledge-based management of companies. He is dedicated to helping organizations build knowledge that makes them competitive. He…
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