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|No. 45||November 2000|
Most Admired Knowledge Leaders 2000
Teleos and Work Frontiers International
The winners of the 2000 Most Admired Knowledge Leaders (MAKL) study, conducted by Teleos and Work Frontiers International, were announced on 13th November.
To be considered a Most Admired Knowledge Leader candidate, a senior executive must:
From all nominated candidates, the top ten senior executives recognized for their world-class knowledge leadership contributions to their organizations and to the New Economy are (alphabetically):
The 10 runner-up 2000 Most Admired Knowledge Leaders finalists are (alphabetically):
To select the 2000 Most Admired Knowledge Leaders, senior managers at Fortune Global 500 companies and a panel of chief knowledge officers and leading knowledge management practitioners were asked to nominate senior executives and rank them against eight key drivers of outstanding knowledge-based leadership. A panel of 32 internationally recognized New Economy thought-leaders reviewed more than 100 nominations and from this distinguished group selected the 2000 Most Admired Knowledge Leaders.
For additional information, contact Rory L. Chase, Teleos, E-mail: email@example.com, Website: http://www.knowledgebusiness.com or Arian Ward, Work Frontiers International, E-mail: http://www.knowledgebusiness.com, Website: http://www.workfrontiers.com.
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