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As the author of six successful business books and a former director of the World Bank, Steve Denning has been writing a leadership column on since 2011, with more than 600 published articles, attracting more than 6 million visitors and more than 15 million page views. Steve writes about the ongoing paradigm shift in the management, the transition to the Creative Economy and the constraints on implementing what is obviously a better way of running organizations.

In 2015, he led the Learning Consortium for the Creative Economy with member organizations — including Microsoft and Ericsson — which shared insights on the management practices that are transforming the global economy. The site visits confirmed that the paradigm shift in management is not only possible: it is already happening.

His most popular articles include:

My Most Popular Articles on Forbes

  1. The Ten Happiest Jobs (+ 1,183,611 views)
  2. The Dumbest Idea In The World: Maximizing Shareholder Value (+ 579,220 views)
  3. Why Amazon Can't Make A Kindle In the USA (+ 385,927 views)​​
  4. How Do You Change An Organizational Culture? (+ 320,791 views)
  5. Strategy: What Killed Michael Porter's Monitor Group? (+ 310,508 views)

My most popular Forbes articles of 2015

  1. Salesforce CEO Slams ‘The World’s Dumbest Idea’(+110,001 views)
  2. Why Do Managers Hate Agile? (+67,393 views)
  3. Five Reasons Why Google+ Died (+43,198 views)
  4. Do We Need Libraries? (+43,437 views)
  5. Why Goodell Must Suspend Brady For A Season (+33,299 views)
  6. More On Why Managers Hate Agile (+31,933 views)
  7. Has Google+ Really Died? (+28,307 views)
  8. The Future Of Amazon, Apple, Facebook And Google (+26,667 views)
  9. How To Make The Whole Organization Agile (25,698 views)
  10. Is Holacracy Succeeding At Zappos? (+25,032 views)

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