Sorry Bug: I didn't see a reference/claim that Mr. Christensen was the only
LDS management guru. I thought the article was a nice "Bio" piece about
a man receiving rare accolades from his peers. His comments regarding the
importance of Family vs. time spent at work, have been a central point of
discussion in many an Elder quourum meeting where new fathers debated getting
rich via hours billable at work. I've never heard of Thinkers50 - The
Economist, and Inc.com yep. I'm in favor of anyone with juice that will
challenge Jack Welch's amoral management philosophies or lifestyle.
It's should be pointed out that there are other LDS people on the list.
Clayton is great but he's not the only LDS person having a significant
impact on management.