Lynda Gratton is Professor of Management Practice at London Business School. She is considered a world authority on people in organizations and actively advises companies across the world. Professor Gratton's book 'Living Strategy', originally published in 2000, has been translated into more than 15 languages and rated by US CEOs as one of the most important books of the year. Her more recent book, 'The Democratic Enterprise', was described by Financial Times as a work of important scholarship. Her article 'Integrating the Enterprise', which examined cooperative strategies, was awarded the MIT Sloan Management Review best article of the year in 2002. Her case study of BP's peer assist integration practices won the 2005 ECC best strategy case of the year award.
In 2007, 'Hot Spots - why some teams, workplaces and organizations buzz with energy and others don't', was published and led to the creation of The Hot Spots Movement, and in 2009 Lynda's latest book 'Glow - How you can radiate energy, innovation and success' was published. She has been recently listed at #18 in Top 20 of the Global Thinkers50 - the definitive listing of the world's top 50 business thinkers, moving up a place from 2007 and climbing the rankings for the fourth consecutive time!