17 Management Gurus Worth Following on Twitter

by Clay on Aug 23, 2010

There are many people on Twitter that offer their advice on a variety of topics. Here are 17 management gurus that just may be worth listening to.

  1. Tony Hsieh is the CEO of Zappos.com. He built a company based on customer service and now it is one of the biggest online shopping companies.
  2. Tara Missrogue Hunt is the Co-Founder of a Tech Startup. She was awarded the title of most influential woman in technology.
  3. Richard Branson is the Chairman of Virgin Group. In 1970 he founded Virgin as a mail order record retailer and shortly afterwards opened his first shop in London.
  4. Guy Kawasaki is the founder of Alltop. He has been involved with tech business for many years and has written eight books about business and technology.
  5. Pete Cashmoreis the Mashable CEO. He is only 24 years old, but he is the founder of Mashable.com, a Technorati Top 10 blog worldwide. He is one of the top 40 most-followed Twitter users.
  6. George Colony is the CEO of Forrester Research.  He is the founder of Forrester and since 1983, has served as Chairman of the Board.
  7. Gary Stockman is the Porter Novelli CEO. He is in charge of Porter Novelli’s overall global growth.
  8. Aaron Patzer is the CEO of Mint.com. He is an internet entrepreneur of a budgeting site for people to use to keep track of their finances.
  9. Kevin Rose is the Digg Founder. He latest start-up, Digg, is a social bookmarking website. He also does weekly podcasts where he discusses the top stories from Digg.com.
  10. John Lilly is the Mozilla.com CEO. He also coordinates the development of Mozilla Internet applications.
  11. Bob Parsons is the Founder of Go Daddy Group. He is responsible for the success of Go Daddy Group which has a family of companies.
  12. Loic Le Meur is the Seemic CEO. He is also a blogger of Seesmic, a software company that makes one of the most popular Twitter and Facebook social software applications.
  13. Michael Hyatt is Thomas Nelson Publisher’s CEO. Thomas Nelson Publishers is the largest Christian publishing company in the world and the seventh largest trade book publishing company in the U.S.
  14. Jonathan Schwartz is Sun Microsystem’s CEO. He is also a blogger share about his experience as the CEO.
  15. Alex Yoder is the CEO of WebTrends. He is in charge of leading the company’s long-term strategic planning objectives.
  16. Diane Hessan is the CEO of Communispace. She is charged with uncovering customer insights that can change the game of her clients’ branding campaigns.
  17. Christine Perkett is PerkettPR’s President. She holds specialized expertise in social media relations, business, and high-technology media.

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