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The Rob Kall Bottom Up Radio Show Podcast
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His new book, Leader's Guide to Radical Management: Re-inventing the Workplace for the 21st Century will be published by Jossey-Bass in November 2010.
From 1996 to 2000, Steve was the Program Director, Knowledge Management at the World Bank where he spearheaded the organizational knowledge sharing program.
In November 2000, Steve Denning was selected as one of the world's ten Most Admired Knowledge Leaders (Teleos)
He now works with organizations in the U.S., Europe, Asia and Australia on leadership, innovation, business narrative and most recnetly, radical management.
His clients have included many organizations, large and small, around the world, including GE, IBM, Microsoft, McKinsey, Shell, Netflix, Bristol Myers Squibb, Deloitte, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Syngenta, Danfoss, McDonalds, Unilever, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Abbott Laboratories, MWH, Ernst & Young, CRM Learning, Xerox, Oracle, Maritz, Target, Burns & McDonnell, Mitre Corporation, Innovation Council, Deluxe, Fetzer Foundation, Diageo (UK), UK Parliamentary Ombudsman, Nestle (Switzerland), Novo Nordisk (Denmark), International Energy Agency (Austria), Symbiosis (Austria), PMI (France), Ambrosetti (Italy), ARK group (UK, Asia, Australia), Air New Zealand, World Bank, UN, UNDP, US Army, USAID, CIA, NSA, Defense Intelligence Agency, NetHope, The Brookings Institution, American Institute of Architects, California Workforce Association, CIA, NSA, NIMA, FAA, NY State Government, Oregon State Government, Australian government ministries, New Zealand ministries and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Norway).
In April 2003, Steve was ranked as one of the world's Top Two Hundred Business Gurus by Davenport & Prusak, "What's The Big Idea? (Harvard, 2003).
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