Rosabeth Moss Kanter is an internationally known business leader, educator and award-winning author. She holds a chaired professorship at the Harvard Business School, advises major corporations and government entities world-wide, and is the author and co-author of over 300 articles and 13 books.
Rosabeth Moss Kanter provides decision makers from all fields with the strategies required to deal with emerging technologies and shows how to harness the potential of the Internet to improve business.
At the Harvard Business School faculty, in addition to teaching responsibilities in General Management, Organisational Change and Innovation, Rosabeth Moss Kanter conceived and leads the Business Leadership in the Social Sector (BLSS) project, involving to date over a hundred national leaders (including U.S. Senators, Governors, corporate CEO’s, national association heads, and the First Lady).
In her book ‘Evolve’ Rosabeth Moss Kanter explains that the answers on how to succeed in the digital culture of tomorrow will not be found in cyberspace, but on the ground, where real people connect, collaborate and form thriving human communities. She explores what she calls ‘e-culture’, a new way of working which will transform every aspect of today’s organisations.
Named one of the 100 most important women in America and one of the 50 most powerful women in the world by The Times, Rosabeth Moss Kanter has received 19 honorary doctoral degrees and over a dozen leadership awards. Her public service activities span local and global interests.
Considered one of the most prominent business speakers and strategy consultants in the world, Rosabeth Moss Kanter has delivered the keynote address for trade associations, civic associations, and national conventions in nearly every state and in over 20 countries, including speeches of Presidents and Prime Ministers of Norway, Malaysia, Peru and Venezuela.
A humorous and insightful speaker, Rosabeth’s fascinating presentations make her highly sought-after at leading conferences around the globe.